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Category Archives: Jewish Education
There is a Hebrew expression often used in Jewish educational settings known as a dugma ishit - a personal example. We remind ourselves as leaders and our students (or campers or youth group members) of what it means to be a … Continue reading
This Sunday is Community University! Community University is an annual day of learning for the Jewish Community of Jacksonville, cosponsored by the Jewish Federation of Jacksonville and the Martin J. Gottlieb Day School and in conjunction with local synagogues and agencies. Once created … Continue reading
Who was the smart guy who didn’t build a travel day into this year’s Passover Break? This guy! It has been quite a short week recovering from Passover and preparing for a tremendous amount of important events and programs to … Continue reading
Regardless of whether the thought of not having a “model seder” to attend this year makes you happy or sad, it is time to revisit the “model seder”. What, exactly, is it supposed to accomplish? Do we need to do … Continue reading
When we think about Purim as parents, we probably think most about this: What shall I dress my children as this year for Purim? But in a hopefully growing number of families, including ours, the question isn’t what are we going … Continue reading
As you can see, the Martin J. Gottlieb Day School will surely remember this Chanukah season for years to come! In addition to celebrating the joy of the holiday season and fulfilling the mitzvah of giving back to those in need, this … Continue reading
Some blog posts are inspired by real world events; others by thoughts that bubble up. Occasionally, however, blog posts are inspired by thought-partners and this one falls into that category. I received multiple emails yesterday encouraging me to respond the … Continue reading
Here is a blog post whose title I would have like to have stolen, “How Can We Be Thankful As Others are Suffering?“. [It is a little off-color, be warned.] That is how I feel on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving … Continue reading
First off…here is some exciting news: MJGDS Teacher Selected to Become “Google Certified” at Google Teacher Academy Google has selected Andrea Hernandez as an attendee at the next Google Teacher Academy, to be held in Mountain View, CA on December 5, 2012. The … Continue reading