A workshop with Dr. Miriam Heller Stern
Sunday, April 7 | 2pm-6pm
Monday, April 8 | 9:30am-12pm
What does this moment in history demand of us as Jewish educators and how might we sharpen our skills to rise to the occasion? This seminar will explore a variety of tools, theories, and stances that we can use in building cultures of learning that will not only respond to, but lift up the communities in which we teach and the surrounding culture.
RSVP is required for attendance on one or both days of this workshop.
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This event is a partnership between the GTU and Jewish LearningWorks.
Miriam Heller Stern is National Director of the School of Education of Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religion, based in Los Angeles. She is passionate about empowering Jewish educational leaders to engage in their work intentionally, skillfully, and creatively. Dr. Stern earned her Ph.D. in education policy and practice and her MA in history from Stanford University as a Wexner Graduate Fellow. Her current research and writing focuses on teaching, learning and leadership that engages the arts and creativity. She founded Dream Lab, a strategic initiative aimed to infuse the field of Jewish education with creativity through professional development, thought leadership and talent cultivation.