CAJE 33

The Conference on Alternatives in Jewish Education

Programs

The Roundtable FishbowlCAJE 33 offers a program for everyone. Some of the highlights include:

  • The future of Jewish Education, including:
    • The Roundtable Fishbowl, with David Behrman, Mara Braunfeld, Dr. Steven Cohen, Rabbi Ed Feinstein, Rabbi Larry Hoffman, Linda Klonsky, and Rabbi Danny Zemel.
    • The Puzzle Piece Panal, with Joel Grishaver, Macy Hart, Rabbi Jan Katzew, Jo Kay, Rob Weinberg, and more.
    • A poster session with success stories.
  • CAJE’s first-ever Eco-Track, including:
    • Rabbi Arthur Waskow
    • Ellen Bernstein, founder of Shomrei Adamah.
    • 59 sessions of Judaism and ecology.
    • Adult education programming on the global climate crisis.
    • And much more
  • A track on “Who we Are
  • Plenary sessions by Rabbi Larry Hoffman and Rabbi Ed Feinstein.
  • Keynotes by Ellen Bernstein, Rabbi Manny Gold, Macy Hart, Alon Tal, Jack Werthimer and more.
  • MacArthur Genius Award recipient Liz Lerman
  • The Early Childhood Conference @ CAJE 33.
  • An in-depth technology track.
  • A celebration of Israel @ 60.
  • Tracks for teachers, principals, mentors, and Hebrew speakers.
  • Collaborations with
    • The Consortium for the Jewish Family.
    • The URJ CHAI Curriculum Training Institute.
    • The URJ Mitkadem Training Institute.
    • PANIM’s National Educators’ Institute for Jewish Service-Learning

Looking for more? The entire CAJE 33 program is on-line at CAJE33.Org. You might also like the list of CAJE 33 performers and the sneak peak at the CAJE 33 program.

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