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Miami Jewish Film Festival Announces $18,000 Prize, a First for Any Jewish Film Festival

Sep 19, 2019

Miami Jewish Film Festival Announces $18,000 Prize, a First for Any Jewish Film Festival

The Miami Jewish Film Festival announced today it will launch a competition sidebar in which select films will be judged and compete for the $18,000 Grand Jury Prize. This cash prize marks the first such award to be offered by any Jewish film festival in the world.
DILLER COHORT 6 GRADUATION

Sep 13, 2019

DILLER COHORT 6 GRADUATION

This past Sunday, Miami Diller Teen Fellows Cohort 6 celebrated their graduation from the program after 12 months as Fellows. During this beautiful evening, the teens highlighted their accomplishments, shared their plans for their impact projects that they will be completing in the Miami community over the next several months, screened a video slideshow of memories from the last 15 months, were presented with graduation certificates, and shared reflections on their time in the Fellowship program.
The First Jewish Early Childhood Network (JECN) Meeting of 2019-2020

Sep 13, 2019

The First Jewish Early Childhood Network (JECN) Meeting of 2019-2020

Early Childhood Education Directors from 15 of our early childhood programs in Miami Dade County convened their first Jewish Early Childhood Network (JECN) meeting of 2019-2020 this week. How fitting that at the start of this new school year, the gathering’s theme was “New Beginnings.”
The passing of Alexander (Sandy) Andron

Sep 9, 2019

The passing of Alexander (Sandy) Andron

The Center for the Advancement of Jewish Education (CAJE) is very sorry to announce the loss of Alexander (Sandy) Andron, a past CAJE executive staff member who oversaw Teen Programming, including the Judaica High School, and was a key staff member of the Leo Martin March of the Living.
JRS Makes Its Miami Debut

Sep 6, 2019

JRS Makes Its Miami Debut

The Jewish Resource Specialist (JRS) Initiative has officially started with the beginning of this new school year. A JRS is a teacher or staff member of an Early Childhood Education (ECE) program who works additional hours a week in two areas: deepening the Jewish engagement of families and deepening the Jewish learning in the EE.
Worry is a waste of your time...

Aug 30, 2019

Worry is a waste of your time...

“Worry is a waste of your time and diminishes your health/wellbeing. As human beings, we should do whatever we have in our power to do to make the situation better. Then when we can’t do anything else, we stop and accept that the rest is up to the Holy One.
BETTER LESSON DESIGN STUDIO #JBlendMiami

Aug 30, 2019

BETTER LESSON DESIGN STUDIO #JBlendMiami

CAJE continues to partner with the AviChai Foundation to introduce teachers and administrators to the newest research-based strategies enabling them to improve the quality of teaching and learning in their schools.
CAJE Opening Staff Retreat

Aug 23, 2019

CAJE Opening Staff Retreat

Professional Development happens on all levels at CAJE  click here to see some photos from our dynamic day!
Hebrew Academy teacher and her students are developing ways to sustain the environment

Aug 20, 2019

Hebrew Academy teacher and her students are developing ways to sustain the environment

Jennifer Ohana, an English teacher at Hebrew Academy RASG, won the Eleanor Meyerhoff Katz z”l Teacher Initiative Award from the Center for the Advancement of Jewish Education. She will use the grant to implement a project-based learning initiative for eighth-grade students entitled, Renewable Resources to Renew Lives.
CAJE Welcomes Stephanie Goodman

Aug 15, 2019

CAJE Welcomes Stephanie Goodman

CAJE is excited to welcome Stephanie Goodman to our Teen Department team as Program Manager for Miami’s Leo Martin March of the Living! Stephanie grew up in South Florida and is looking forward to giving back to her Jewish community by helping teens explore their Jewish Identity through the March of the Living program.