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SECOND FRIDAY SPEAKER SERIES

CLASS SERIES: RAISING JEWISH CHILDREN

REGIONAL SCHOLAR IN RESIDENCE: RABBI DAVID SAPERSTEIN


SECOND FRIDAY SPEAKER SERIES

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Raising Good Jews - For Parents & Grandparents

A 3-Part Series on Jewish Parenting with Dr. Barbara Gereboff, Head of School at Ronald C. Wornick Jewish Day School; Mondays, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., at CBJ

January 13: Teaching Children to Care. How do we teach children to be empathetic and caring in a seemingly careless world?

January 27: The Games Kids Play. Our children are the digital natives of the world, born with I-phones and I-pads in their hands. Should we be setting boundaries about their use of technology? If so, what should those boundaries be?

February 3: Made Any Mistakes Lately? Mistakes provide powerful lessons; yet, as a society, we tend to be very unforgiving about mistakes. What can parents and teachers do to develop healthy understandings of mistakes?


Regional Scholar in Residence: Rabbi David Saperstein

Rabbi Saperstein represents the Reform Movement to Congress and the Administration as the Director of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism.


CBJ Appearances:
Monday, February 10, 10:30 a.m. Moderate vs. Radical Islam: Implications for Israel, for Jews and for America’s Battle against Terrorism. What should the U.S. government and the American Jewish community do in response to a thriving global fundamentalist Islam?


Tuesday, February 11, 7:30 p.m. Tough Choices: Jewish Perspectives on America’s Social Justice Challenge. How should we as Jews and the Jewish community in general respond to contemporary social justice challenges?

 

 

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