Learn more about this exciting new platform, where Reform congregational leaders connect with colleagues and peers who have similar concerns, interests and responsibilities.
Understanding Gender – TheGenderSpectrum.org
The news has been full of stories about gender equality and transgender rights, and our youth and teens are at the forefront of this discussion. Brush up on the basics of the gender spectrum.
Racial Justice – A Social Justice Primer for Teens – ReformJudaism.org
Our teens are taking the lead to address and change issues of racial injustice. Learn more about NFTY's Racial Justice Campaign and how your youth program can get involved in this issue.
The Truth is Hard for Kids, Too – New York Times
Young people have a lot to say about current issues and events. Here is a little inspiration about why it is important to include our youth in the conversation.
Feeling stretched for resources? The Abundance Mindset helps us find new approaches to youth engagement within reach.
What Exactly Do We Mean by Happiness in Jewish education? – eJewishPhilanthropy
Sometimes, getting kids to enjoy Jewish education can be quite a challenge. Discover the PERMA model and how to return to embracing and rejoicing Judaism.
There is no easy way to talk about mental health and the questions raised in the wake of Netflix's "Thirteen Reasons Why" miniseries. Use our resource roundup to create an open, meaningful, and supportive dialogue with your youth, teens, and families.
Making the Most of Technology in Jewish Education – Jim Joseph Foundation
Technology is everywhere, so let's reap the benefits and put it to use in our congregations and youth groups. Update your curriculum and upgrade to a faster connection to Judaism with the tips from this article.
The social struggle is real, especially for pre-teens and teens. Find out how we can help our kids develop better self-confidence and love of learning.
Here are 5 key principles gleaned from the Reimagining Congregational Education Community of Practice. Which ones will you put into practice in the new school year?
How to Support the Sacred Work of Parenting in Your Congregation – B'nai Mitzvah Revolution
The b'nai mitzvah process often centers on the child. Here, one congregation shares a model for building a supportive community of parents.