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New Leaders of the ECE Network

Apr 27, 2020

New Leaders of the ECE Network

Jenny Tettner-Gugig, director of the Sandra & Lawrence Bronson Early Childhood Development Center of the Michael-Ann Russell JCC and Katy Horowitz, director of Gan Katan, in North Beach. Joy Schandler, CAJE’s Director of Early Childhood Education, interviewed them for this article below.
#NEVERMEANSNEVER

Apr 20, 2020

#NEVERMEANSNEVER

Join to commemorate Yom HaShoah. Access this impactful ceremony through the MOTL website at motl.org/live, on Facebook at facebook.com/motlorg, as well as on Jewish Broadcasting Service at jbstv.org/watch-live.
Broadcast Premiere of My Survivor on WPBT-2 Miami

Apr 19, 2020

Broadcast Premiere of My Survivor on WPBT-2 Miami

Who will tell the story when the last Survivor is gone? As we approach the end of the last generation of Holocaust Survivors, the world is confronted by this haunting — and sadly — ultimate question.
Melton & More presents Meditation Mondays!

Apr 17, 2020

Melton & More presents Meditation Mondays!

Studies have shown that practicing meditation and mindfulness helps to lower levels of stress and anxiety and contribute to overall well-being; something we could all use right now!
Yom HaShoah: Exploring the Holocaust Through Film

Apr 16, 2020

Yom HaShoah: Exploring the Holocaust Through Film

Join the Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach, Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Miami Jewish Film Festival and Center for the Advancement of Jewish Education for a day of film examining the Holocaust. Streamed free of charge, the curated selections offer a creative opportunity to reflect on the lessons of the Shoah, remember the 6 million Jews who were murdered and honor the courage and resilience of the Holocaust Survivors among us.
Lehrman Students Provide Mount Sinai  ER Staff with Catered Lunch

Apr 15, 2020

Lehrman Students Provide Mount Sinai ER Staff with Catered Lunch

Lehrman Community Day School’s fifth-grade Mitzvah Club completed a coronavirus mitzvah project that involved raising money to deliver a catered lunch to the emergency room staff at Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach.
PASSOVER 2020 RESOURCES

Apr 6, 2020

PASSOVER 2020 RESOURCES

PASSOVER 2020 RESOURCES
How A Mishebeirach List Can Make  a Big Difference

Apr 5, 2020

How A Mishebeirach List Can Make a Big Difference

I just wanted to share a story with all of you. I got a call from a couple in New York, who are in their seventies and have been diagnosed with COVID-19. They googled online a "rabbi to pray with' and thanks to our communications department, our program came up. I sat with them for fifteen minutes, and following this encounter, the woman said that this was the most important gift someone could to her and her husband. (She wanted then to send me a gift, and I said if she wants to make a gift to support our Federation or a her local UJA Federation of NY)
Updated Guidelines for CAJE Teacher Certification

Apr 3, 2020

Updated Guidelines for CAJE Teacher Certification

You didn’t need us to tell you we are living in unusual times! Education has unexpectedly gone completely virtual out of necessity. As always, there are pros and cons. Today, let’s focus on the benefits.
Our Virtual Heroes: Online Learning  in our Early Childhood Centers

Apr 3, 2020

Our Virtual Heroes: Online Learning in our Early Childhood Centers

In an article entitled “Our Virtual Heroes,” Steven Freedman, the Head of School at the Solomon Schechter Day School of Bergen County, NJ, explains: In the wake of a nationwide pandemic, moving to online instruction is a massive undertaking for schools and teachers. It represents a deep dive into the realm of ultimate improvisation and flexibility, and a dramatic pivot from the high-touch method and face-to-face curriculum we know to an uncharted world of e-learning.