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Sunday, March 19 • 15:00 - 15:45
Teach Your Son To Swim: A Chevrutah on Jewish Education

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Who is in charge of educating the next generation? What roles, responsibilities, and obligations do we have as Jews regarding the pursuit of knowledge? What do these obligations suggest about the society/ies we are trying to build? Join us as we explore these critical questions through a variety of Jewish and Western texts both old and new on everything from teaching your kids to higher education.

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Jenny Isaacs

Jenny Isaacs has been engaged in community building and social justice education for over ten years. Jenny is the director of Base: Pluralistic Beit Midrash. Jenny is also the director of Heart to Heart. Jenny holds a Masters of Teaching from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, at the University of Toronto.
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Paul Sileika

Paul Sileika is the assistant director of Base: Pluralistic Beit Midrash. Aside from his involvement in the downtown Toronto Jewish community he has a masters degree in Higher Education from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, at the University of Toronto and works for Ryerson University in Academic Advising. 


Sunday March 19, 2017 15:00 - 15:45
L4 27th Floor

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