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Saturday, Sunday, and Monday: Congregation Rodeph Sholom, 7 W. 83rd Street, New York, NY 10024

Friday night: Romemu, 165 W. 105th Street, New York, NY 10025



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Parenting [clear filter]
Monday, February 18
 

10:10am

Helping Teens Navigate a #MeToo World with Jewish Wisdom and Values
How do we help our Jewish teens learn about consent, sexuality and harassment without fear? How do we understand our own concerns? How are Jewish wisdom, tradition and values a resource and frame in this sacred work? Moving Traditions helps parents and teens to have important conversations and develop tools to navigate this increasingly complicated landscape, all through a Jewish lens. Bring your questions to this experiential learning session.

Presenters
avatar for Nicole Nevarez

Nicole Nevarez

Nicole Nevarez, New York Director of Moving Traditions, oversees all of the New York metro area program partners and serves on the Moving Traditions training faculty. As an educator and facilitator, Nicole combines her experience in theater with her years of teaching adolescents... Read More →


Monday February 18, 2019 10:10am - 11:15am
Room 9 & 10 (5th Floor)

11:25am

Jewish Traditions: Baking Together! The Art of Enhancing Child Development in the Home
In a kitchen setting, a baker and a child development specialist will demonstrate how  family relationships and child-development goals of emotional growth and executive function can all be promoted through the age-old Jewish tradition of baking. This mother-daughter team will weave in details from their personal history and relationship that demonstrate the power of the kitchen for transmitting love, family traditions, and growth.

Presenters
avatar for Judith Norrell

Judith Norrell

Judith Norrell started baking at home as a child with her own mother, and then continued to invent delicious breads and muffins as a hobby in the rare free moments in her career as a musician. She turned to full-time baking in the late 1990’s, and with a co-owner opened New York's... Read More →
avatar for Gabrielle Strasfogel-Ryklin

Gabrielle Strasfogel-Ryklin

Gabrielle Strasfogel-Ryklin is an early childhood development specialist, holding master's degrees from both the Bank Street College of Education and Hunter College. She provides early intervention services for individual children and runs innovative cooking-based groups that enhance... Read More →


Monday February 18, 2019 11:25am - 12:30pm
Kitchen (6th Floor)