Playing with Passover (1)
Time & Location
Mar 09, 2021, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PST
About this Workshop
Join Behrman House and Better Together Labs
for an exclusive Zoom workshop especially for Golem Members:
Playing with Passover
Tuesday, March 2, 2021, 10:00am Pacific/1:00pm Eastern, 60 minutes
This hands-on workshop will explore improv techniques and activities based on themes related to Passover that foster engagement, provide a sense of community, and leave your learners looking forward to more. Using Behrman House learning materials as a jumping off point, you will learn how to spark your students' imaginations to explore the stories, personalities, and themes of Passover through interactive and exploratory play. Discover new and creative ways to help your students develop a relationship with their Judaism through this playful approach to learning.
You'll learn directly with Mallory Penney and Reggie Harris of Better Together Labs. Better Together Labs has been helping thousands of teachers all over the world to boost engagement, community, and joy in their (online) classrooms.
What other Jewish Directors of Education are saying about workshops with Better Together Labs:
“This was truly FANTASTIC and one of the most useful and enjoyable Zoom sessions that I have attended. It would be incredible to have continued learning opportunities with you or a way to allow our teachers to learn with you. Thank you for your work!”
“I learned so many fun, practical, engaging strategies and activities that I can use with my students and that I can share with my teachers. I loved how clearly everything was explained and how much fun you made the learning.”
Watch: Rabbi Amy Ross, Temple Emanu-El
Watch: Ardyth Sokoler, Congregation Bet Haverim
Watch: Hannah Rubin-Schlansky, Temple Emanu-El
Watch: Denise Crevin, Congregation B’nai Israel
To ensure a great experience, we suggest you participate from a laptop or desktop It’s harder to see and participate from a mobile device. Also, make sure you have video capability!
Let's learn together!