Faustine Sigal was born, raised, and continues to be based in Paris, but she spent Chanukah in Munich, part of January in Brussels, and the week before Pesach in Prague. She visits these places and many others in her capacity as the International Director of Jewish Education for Moishe House, an organization that provides vibrant Jewish community for young adults by supporting leaders in their 20s as they create meaningful home-based Jewish experiences for themselves and their peers. Moishe House currently operates over 100 houses in more than 25 countries.
To celebrate the launch of our new Public Groups feature, we’re highlighting some of its early adopters. Today’s organization is: The Conservative Yeshiva
To celebrate the launch of our new Public Groups feature, we’re highlighting some of its early adopters. Today’s organization is:
Every fall, our education team selects a diverse set of educators to join Sefaria’s Educational Partnership Initiative. The purpose of the Initiative is for educators to experiment with Sefaria, explore what Jewish learning looks like in a digital age, and discover how we might create new forms of engagement around Jewish texts in conjunction with Sefaria. Participating educators think through best practices of teaching with Sefaria and work together to foster a more innovative spirit in the community Jewish learning. In the 2016-2017 school year, there are two distinct cohorts: day schools and Jewish organizations. The 2016-17 cohort includes 19 schools and 9 Jewish organizations.
We’ve received many requests that essentially boil down to “Why can’t I do things on your Source Sheet Builder that I can do in Word or Google Docs?” You asked and we answered!