Humans of Hebrew College Learning through Collaboration

By Wendy Linden

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“I decided to pursue a graduate degree because I’m very passionate about Jewish education. In order to reach the next step in my career, I wanted to delve more deeply into theories of education and be around a cohort of people who are learning and working on improving their practice…Learning through collaboration and with colleagues is just the best way to get new ideas and keep inspired, to prevent ideas getting stale, and to keep growing as an educator.”

(Religious school and music educator Alicia DePaolo, a student in the Master of Jewish Education (MJEd) program. Applications deadline: November 15.)

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