Getting Serious about Play in Jewish Education
Learning About Learning: A Conversation with Rabbi Judd Levingston, PhD
“Getting Serious about Play in Jewish Education”
Via Zoom / Free / Registration required
Beyond lifting the spirits of teachers and students, play in Jewish education spaces can also shape moral development and character. Drawing from his new research, Judd Kruger Levingston will share how teachers and administrators can cultivate “a moral ecology of play” in classrooms, hallways, gathering spaces, and playgrounds. In this session, Levingston will speak about ways in which a wide variety of approaches to play across the curriculum and throughout a school’s culture can transform a young person’s values and moral outlook.
Learning About Learning: Conversations with Scholars of Jewish Education:
Join us virtually for a series of conversations hosted by Mandel Center Director Jon A. Levisohn (Brandeis University), in which leading scholars of Jewish education discuss what they have learned from their investigations of various aspects of Jewish education, and why it matters.
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