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Reimagining Activism Training: A Values-Based Approach for Rabbi Education

How did T’ruah’s Rabbi Lev Meirowitz Nelson create more impactful programming, driven by a single Jewish value?
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Tapping into Learners' Passions

Educators in both formal and informal frameworks need to be equipped with the right tools, as well as the time, space, and confidence, to meet people where they are, especially outside the classroom.
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Mike Mitchell: Seeing the program behind the budget numbers

Mike Mitchell has spent half of his career running Jewish educational programs, and half of his career helping nonprofits manage their finances. And now, at M², Mitchell has found a way to combine both of his areas of expertise.
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Bringing the M² dialect to the language of Jewish experiential education

As the son of a Jewish summer camp director, Mars grew up immersed in experiential education from a young age. Because of his father’s job, Mars was able to see informal education’s “behind-the-scenes” work. While it looked like fun and games to the campers, he saw his father utilizing established educational methodologies and putting them into practice.

Over the years, Mars has found that Judaism is uniquely adapted to support informal learning with its emphasis on community.

September 29, 2022
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New research fellowships now open | Fellows gather in Chicago and Tel Aviv | An interview with Arna Poupko Fisher | Staff and alumni celebrate new positions
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Announcing M² 2023 Research Fellowships

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Informal Education Doesn’t Need To Be Informal