Feature Articles

Feature Articles

February 16, 2022

The dance between sea and land

In her op-ed for eJewish Philanthropy, M² Senior Program Director Mollie Andron considers the importance of in-person gatherings and our gradual re-emergence into them.
November 3, 2021

Exploring the Jewish educational practices of well-being

Rabbi Lisa Goldstein, a graduate of M²’s inaugural Jewish Pedagogies Circle, explores the Blessing for a New Month – and what it can teach us about lifting up our students who are struggling with their mental health.
May 12, 2021

How to read the giving of the Torah like an experiential educator

On Shavuot, we read the story of Moses and the Jewish people receiving the Torah. It is one of the most iconic, memorable moments in our people’s history. If you are an educator reading this story, you may notice that the opening verses are a model for how to begin a powerful experience… Read more >
April 13, 2021

Fellowship Urges Educators to Get Picky About Priorities

Connect with Jews around the world. Access Hebrew and Jewish terminology. Experience Jewish arts and culture… Those are just a few of the items listed as the goals of a Jewish education in a new framework created by M²: The Institute for Experiential Jewish Education. The plan, “18 Jewish Things a Young Jew Should Know, Care About, and Be Able to Do by Age 18,” forms the basis of a new executive fellowship program
February 25, 2021

Creating a roadmap to more-collaborative Jewish communities

February 18, 2021

Combatting Professional Isolation: The Power of a Local Cohort