Call All Jewish Educators

Want to learn a new and innovative way to engage your students in Jewish text and themes? Come to the Chidush workshop with Matt Bar and Ori Salzberg from the Bible Raps Project. You don’t need to have any special musical talent or sing, just a desire to learn a powerful way to engage students in learning and interpreting Jewish texts.

The Bible Raps project has reached thousands of people at day schools, Jewish and Hebrew supplemental programs, camps, Hillels, Limmud programs and more. Don’t get left behind!

You must be registered for this free workshop. Confirm your attendance at info@18pomegranates.org — a few spaces are left and filling fast. The workshop will be held at the Chautauqua Community House on Thursday, April 22nd from 5:00 – 7:00 and a vegetarian dinner will be provided. Stay for the reception and join us in honoring our local Jewish educators.

Check out Bible Raps here and on their site.

About Shari Edelstein

Shari is a foundation and nonprofit consultant based in Boulder.

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