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NATE Professional Learning Webinars

 
Continuing Education Opportunities From Wherever You Are!


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Join your colleagues from NATE for these amazing learning opportunities.
The best part is they are FREE for NATE members
and you can attend from wherever you are!
All webinars will be at 10 AM Pacific / 1 PM Eastern.

To view past Webinars, visit our Members Only page.

 

Upcoming Webinars

All webinars take place from 10-11 AM Pacific / 1-2 PM Eastern
Watch your email throughout the year for registration information.



Additional Webinar Postings Coming Soon!

Spring 2015 Webinar Series: The Flipped Jewish Classroom

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ARJE (formerly NATE) Continuing Education Spring 2015 Mini-Series:

The Flipped Jewish Classroom

What is the Flipped Classroom, and why do we hear so much about it?  How is it the same or different from Blended Learning?

What new pedagogies and possibilities have been created with these technology related trends?  How are these being applied to Jewish Education?

Learn the answers to these questions, and how technology gives us new ways of thinking about space, time and relationships.

Join us for a four part webinar series.  We will hear from a scholar in the field; from important contributors to online Jewish content including G-dcast and Torah Aura; and from educators who are investigating and pioneering these new pedagogies in Jewish education.

Pre-Webinar Prep Videos:
 
While you are watching the first video, think about how you can turn your classroom into a center of learning. 
 
And while you are watching the second video, ask yourself what is the equivalent of long division for you, as well as what you think some of your challenges will be, and how you can overcome them.

The Flipped Class: Rethinking Space & Time

The Flipped Class: Overcoming Common Hurdles



Session 1: Presented on Tuesday, February 24, 2015

To view a recording of this session, click here.

Note: Presenters can now share videos during webinars, but polls and videos are not included in the recording. During the duration of the shared video, you will only see a blue screen while the recording plays. Skip that part and watch those clips separately:

The Basics of Blended Learning (Start at 2:10 - Stop at 4:13)

Is Flipping for Everyone?

Session 2: Presented on Tuesday, March 10, 2015

To view a recording of this session, click here.

Session 3: Presented on Tuesday, March 17, 2015

To view a recording of this session, click here.

Session 4: Presented on Tuesday, March 31, 2015

To view a recording of this session, click here.

 

Fall 2014 Webinar Series: Non-School Based Models of Jewish Education
Brought to you by NATE's Professional Learning/Continuing Education Team

Wednesdays, November 5, 12, December 3, 10, 2014

From camps, projects, family programs, quests, and more, many alternate models of learning within the synagogue structure have emerged over the past 29 years. In this three-session series, we will uncover the history of these developments; learn about the research and scholarship supporting alternative models; explore new practices in the field; and discuss which of these innovations may be most relevant and generative for us in our own settings. Featuring Dr. Isa Aron, Professor of Jewish Education at the Rhea Hirsch School of Education (RHSOE) of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC-JIR), as well as an array of educators sharing their program models.

Webinar Recordings and Slides

Wednesday, November 5 - Due to technical difficulties, this webinar was not recorded.

Wednesday, November 12 - To view a recording of this webinar session, click on the following link: click here.

Wednesday, December 3 - To view a recording of this webinar session, click on the following link: click here.

Wednesday, December 10 - To view a recording of this webinar session, click on the following link: click here.

To view slides of the webinar sessions, click here.



Get Out the Vote Campaign/WZO Elections
Brought to you by NATE, in partnership with ARZA
Presented on Thursday, December 18, 2014

Celebrate Chanukah with NATE and ARZA as we rededicate ourselves to creating a more egalitarian State of Israel.

Israel and the Jewish People are at a crucial moment in history. Our political and spiritual leaders in Israel need our help to determine the future of the Jewish State and the soul of the Jewish People. In 2015, every single Jew in America has an important - and real - opportunity to make their voice heard in the World Zionist Organization elections. A vote for the Association of Reform Zionists of America (ARZA) moves Israel toward a more inclusive, democratic Israeli society.

Join this webinar, co-sponsored by NATE and ARZA and led by Rabbi Josh Weinberg, President of ARZA, to learn the issues surrounding this election, to obtain materials for presenting this to your constituency and to have the facts at hand to talk about how Israeli society will be changed by this election.

To view a recording of the webinar, click here.

To view slides from the webinar presentation, click here.



The Situation in Israel -- Presented on Friday, August 1, 2014

This webinar featured Rabbi Josh Weinberg, President of ARZA, who shared with us his knowledge and perspective regarding what is happening in Israel right now. Also joining us were our own NATE members Lori Sagarin and Rabbi Laura Novak Winer, who had just returned from Israel. In addition to sharing with us their own observations and insights regarding the situation there, Lori also provided us with some language and tools for colleagues to use when speaking and teaching about what is going on, and shared with us the latest resources from the iCenter regarding the conflict.

Resources
Talking About Israel
Israel and Operation Protective Edge-A Resource Packet prepared by ARZA

Past webinars are available for viewing on our Members Only page.


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