Each year at our professional conference we gather to refresh long-time, and build new relationships to grow and to learn together. As we break the mold of our conferences in years past, we turn to experiences that can only happen in a mega-minyan (we define that as 10×10 women and men who gather together to change the world for young children and their families).
You will see in the intricate and intentional design of these days the Jewish lenses and core elements in practice. We will walk you through our purposeful planning to help you create experiences for your faculty and families that can lead to meaningful professional development, conversations and dialogue; a living framework.
Join us and our partners on this journey to kick off the next two years of study with your colleagues, members of our Sheva faculty, our partners and guests.
Early Childhood Education Job Track Leader: Mark Horowitz, Mackenzie Noda, Kathy Pomer
Directs the programs and services of the Sheva Center including consultation services and specialists, lab communities, cohort learning groups and learning communities, and the development of cutting-edge practices in the areas of early care and education and family engagement.