CAJE 33

The Conference on Alternatives in Jewish Education

Gearing up for CAJE 33

Posted by Joel H. on August 6, 2008

Zac staying on top of things

Zac Staying On Top Of Things

Thirty Walkie Talkies

Thirty Walkie Talkies

Allan Making Arrangements

Allan Making Arrangements

Abby Hard At Work

Abby Hard At Work

We’re gearing up for CAJE 33!

Fifteen-hundred people, hundreds of sessions, thousands of handouts, 18,000 evalutation forms, 30 walkie-talkies, a slew of workstations and laptops, 8 golf carts, and 1 dromedary. (You only see the dromedary if you drive up Vermont Route 22a. It’s not on campus.) All to get ready for CAJE 33.

The Dromedary on VT Rte. 22a

The Dromedary On VT Rte. 22a

I arrived in Burlington on Monday, and the massive preparations have been going exceedingly well. The weather is great (and the views from campus are outstanding). The people are friendly and helpful. The buildings are new and welcoming. The food is delicious.

All that’s missing is you.

David Takes a Phone Call By Lake Champlain

David Takes a Phone Call By Lake Champlain

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7 Responses to “Gearing up for CAJE 33”

  1. Buzz Bray said

    Great Keynote address. I enjoyed your approach. Would love to see you work this topic with high school students.

    Buzz

  2. Joel said

    Thank you. I’m delighted that you enjoyed it. I haven’t tried the material with high-school students yet, but my 6th-grade history curriculum is based around it.

    -Joel

    Joel@Lashon.net
    http://www.lashon.net

  3. Sheldon Levin said

    Thanks for an AMAZING Caje. It was inspiring, educational and fun. I learned a lot and am excited to return to share new ideas with my teachers and students.

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