Some people wonder what CAJE is doing running a film festival??? And we say that cinema is actually an intrinsic part of Jewish education. It is one of the most accessible and experiential educational devices that exist.
Kavanah Coaching Workshops teach our teen professionals the specific skills of coaching and applying Jewish knowledge to life issues, which is often what these professionals are called upon to do, but don’t actually have any training to do.
Our Early Childhood Education Directors came together IRL (In Real Life) for the first time in years as part of the Jewish Early Childhood Professional Network (JECPN) that CAJE conducts. And this milestone post-Covid called for a gathering unlike any previously...
It’s been an incredible year together! We are so proud of the Cohort 9 Fellows and have enjoyed facilitating their development into dynamic, proud, and passionate young Jewish leaders. Thank you to Lindsay Spiegelman, our outgoing Diller Coordinator, for her leadership.
Judaism happens to be an ideal tradition in which to find spirituality through the physical world, because our tradition asks us to elevate (rather than deny or denigrate) the sensual and physical to the level of holiness, often through prayer and blessing.
For Jews, 13 is a very lucky number indeed — the number associated with becoming a Bar Mitzvah! CAJE is proud to report that the 2022-2023 Miami Jewish Day School Robotics program is back and better than ever with 13 schools joining our cohort this year!
Wait, what does this mean? Aren’t teachers in schools to teach and students in schools to learn? Actually, no. If schools are to meet the needs of all children, then it is everyone’s job, including the adults, to learn.
After all, the Ten Commandments itself contains a prohibition against graven images and the Torah forbids representation of any astral bodies. Modern Jews have simply assumed that Jews never made representations of people, animals, or divine beings because such art would violate our stringent standards against idolatry.
IsraelNow is a transformative and rewarding experience for Jewish 8th graders in Miami-Dade public schools or non-Jewish private schools. It’s an immersive and guided journey that teaches them as much about themselves as it does about their heritage.
Moshe has led the Israelites out of slavery to this very important moment. G-D has split the Red or Reed Sea, fed everyone from the sky with manna and organized the people in such a way that they were well taken care of in every aspect of their daily lives, all while roaming in the desert.