The concept of Kinyan Torah is the Jewish idea of acquiring Torah, which I see as making Torah your own. The pedagogy of Kinyan Torah helps educators support all learners to find their own unique Torah within themselves. As Jewish educators, we can create the conditions to help learners discover their own Torah, and thus help them feel empowered and heard as Jews. A Jewish educator’s role in this process is to set up a learning environment where learners can find ways to express themselves and discover their own ideas and connections to Torah. In order to help learners interpret text, educators need to be prepared to listen and to ask questions that help them develop interpretations. Asking open-ended questions, listening, and offering follow-up questions can help students articulate and form their own ideas.