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Evaluation and Follow-up

Open Doors, Open Minds Evaluation and Follow up

Please take a few moments to fill out the following survey. Your feedback is essential to our ongoing assessment of the effectiveness of the "Open Doors, Open Minds" curriculum.


Your name:    
E-Mail address:  

Name/City/State of Participating Congregations:


How exactly did you use the ODOM program materials? To what extent did you deviate from them, and did your modifications work well?


Did you use the Walking God’s Paths or I am Joseph, Your Brother video series? How well did they work in your dialogue group?


What role did the rabbi and other clergy play in the implementation of the program?


What feedback, positive and negative, did you hear from program participants?



For each of the sessions what did you find most useful? What would you have changed?

      SESSION ONE: FROM OUR PAST TO OUR PRESENT: WHO ARE WE?
   


      SESSION TWO: METAPHORS, IMAGES, AND STEREOTYPES
   


      SESSION THREE: ENCOUNTERING THE TEXT: TOOLS FOR UNDERSTANDING
   


      SESSION FOUR: ENCOUNTERING THE TEXT: THE TEN COMMANDMENTS
   


      SESSION FIVE: THE MEANING OF ISRAEL FOR CHRISTIANS AND JEWS
   


      SESSION SIX: ISRAEL: CURRENT CHALLENGES
   


      SESSION SEVEN: TOWARD OUR FUTURE
   



What suggestions do you have for another congregation getting ready to use this material?




Follow-up

A number of synagogue-church partners, having completed the ODOM program, felt the need to continue building on the relationships and dialogue they had developed with further programming and/or dialogue opportunities. Many have asked for suggestions for follow-up programming; additionally, your feedback is essential to our creating an effective “ODOM II” curriculum that will be suited to real needs in the communities that ODOM has served.


Briefly describe your follow-up program(s):


What feedback, positive and negative, did you hear from program participants?


What suggestions would you have for another congregation trying to create programming to continue building on the ODOM curriculum?


What suggestions do you have for the Commission on Interreligious Affairs as we prepare to create Open Doors, Open Minds Part II?





Learn more about the Commission on Interreligious Affairs
If you have further questions, email interreligious@urj.org


 
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