Search Results for: Tefilah Education Conference

  • Pardes Tefilah Education Initiative

    BACKGROUND Working with more than 100 day schools in North America across the denominational spectrum for over 16 years, the Pardes Center for Jewish Educators (PCJE) has identified tefilah education as an area in need of significant review, change and improvement. While tefilah and tefilah education are at the core of the school experience at Continue Reading »

  • Pardes brings together teachers across denominations to tackle Tefilah crisis in schools

    At the start of the summer vacation, twenty four teachers, spanning grades 2-12, across denominations and from throughout the U.S., participated in the Aleinu Leshabe’ach II: Conference on Tefilah in Jewish Day Schools. The five-day conference, run by the Pardes Center for Jewish Educators (PCJE) with support from the AVI CHAI Foundation, aimed to work Continue Reading »

  • A Letter from the President

    Dear Friends, This past year alone, Pardes ran hundreds of programs, touching students around the world. In early 2019, our first-ever Winter Learning Intensive in Jerusalem brought together college students and young professionals to explore Power, Privilege and Responsibility. In December 2018 and July 2019, our Executive Learning Seminars, geared towards more established adults, explored Continue Reading »

  • Meet the Senior Educator Learning Fellows

    Abra P. Lee Abra Lee is the Director of Jewish Education and Learning Initiatives at Congregation B’nai Jeshurun in Short Hills, NJ. Previously at TBJ, Abra served in various roles until 2012, when she joined the Department of Lifelong Jewish Learning at Congregation Emanu-El of the City of New York, serving as Coordinator of School Continue Reading »

  • Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies Receives Two-Year Grant from The AVI CHAI Foundation

    Jerusalem – The Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies is proud to announce the awarding of a two-year grant from The AVI CHAI Foundation. The grant will provide support and direction to day schools and other Jewish educational institutions in the area of tefilah (prayer) through the Pardes Tefilah Education Initiative. “Tefilah has been one of Continue Reading »