Straightforward tricks for how to turn in-person curriculum into web-based learning, so partners can continue providing Jewish preteens and teens with their B’nai Mitzvah, Rosh Hodesh, Shevet and Tzelem sessions, as well as other programming.Continue Reading →
Moving Traditions resources related to the coronavirus pandemic.
Learn how to annotate, use the chat functions and breakout rooms.Continue Reading →
Excerpt from our responsive curriculum. This session helps participants reflect on how their minds and bodies are responding to the prolonged stress and uncertainty of the pandemic. They will explore the ritual of Havdallah to help them accept this temporary and not-normal time, and to look ahead to the future.Continue Reading →
In this session, participants will reflect on how their various roles and identities (e.g. student, child, musician, prom-goer, etc) have been affected and disrupted by the pandemic. They identify the roles that they are still inhabiting and have the opportunity to grieve the roles they cannot play.Continue Reading →
This session helps participants reflect on how their minds and bodies are responding to the prolonged stress and uncertainty of the pandemic. They will explore the ritual of Havdallah to help them accept this temporary and not-normal time, and to look ahead to the future.Continue Reading →
In the time of the Covid-19 pandemic, parents and their children are spending more time together under one roof than ever before. This session gives parents and children the opportunity to come together – even if on their own screens – to talk to one another in real time about the gifts and challenges of this new normal. They will reflect on their own needs and communication styles and explore strategies for truly connecting with each other at a time when they are in the same house or apartment but not necessarily finding genuine ways to connect.Continue Reading →
The holiday is about resilience. Now’s the time to show it.
If you’re trying to figure out how to balance Passover with teaching grandma how to use Zoom, you’re not alone.
Rabbi Tamara Cohen offers ideas for hosting a multi-generational, virtual seder that appeals to young and old.
Remember that if a pandemic had to happen, now’s the time.
Telling the story at #Passover of the Israelites’ liberation from slavery has inspired generations to work for a better world. This Passover, in this challenging time, we invite you to download our new Seder supplement and share your family stories of overcoming adversity using #SederStory.Continue Reading →
So much about Passover is likely to be different this year for most of us—and yet, this fundamental idea will be exactly the same. We are commanded to tell our children and to remind ourselves of who we are. What happens when we take away the trappings of cooking an elaborate meal, of getting out our fancy Passover dishes (maybe we should do that anyway!), and of all of the tasks of hosting—what happens when we focus on the intergenerational transfer of identity? Can the story itself get bigger when we’re just telling the story?Continue Reading →
Moving Traditions has resources for you and your community during this extraordinary time.Continue Reading →