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Monday, May 22 • 2:40pm - 4:15pm
Spin It!: Torah
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Ever wonder about your options when you are creating programs in your camp? What are some different ways to shape the same idea to get the most out of it? “Spin It!” will show you three different creative approaches to implementing the same content/theme.
Spin It! will also introduce you to a common program development framework and create shared language that will be instrumental in Action Plan development and very useful in any future activity planning.

Educators
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Sara Beth Berman

Sara Beth Berman has been working as a Jewish Educator since a few weeks after her bat mitzvah. Sara Beth, who is proud to have two first names, spent her summers working at URJ Camp Coleman, Camp Interlaken JCC, Camp Ramah Darom, and with USY on Wheels. Sara Beth enjoys teaching both in the water and in the shade, and she has a strong affinity for flip chart markers. At camp, she spends her time collaborating with staff members to concoct magical programs for the whole kehillah/community, making people laugh, facilitating the professional development of staff members, keeping her Hebrew skills... Read More →
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Ariella Rosen

Rabbi Ariella Rosen is currently serving Temple Adath Israel in Merion Station, PA, where she oversees educational programming for people of all ages and abilities. She was ordained in 2015 by the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York City. Ariella was born in Baltimore, MD, grew up in West Hartford, CT, and spent over 14 summers at Camp Ramah in New England. At CRNE, Ariella worked for several summers for the Tikvah Program for campers with developmental disabilities, where she made some of her deepest and most enduring camp friendships... Read More →
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Jon Adam Ross

As a highly sought-after artist in residence, Jon leads workshops and facilitates the creation of theater using physical and emotional exploration of stories from ancient Jewish narratives. During his time as an artist in residence, he has both taught and created at Lookingglass Theater Company, Union Theological Seminary, the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, Yeshiva University, the Institute for Southern Jewish Life, Anshe Emet Synagogue (Chicago), and a multitude of other communities across the country. Jon has also served as a faculty member for the Foundation for Jewish... Read More →
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Caroline Rothstein

Caroline Rothstein is a New York City-based award-winning writer, performer, activist, and educator. She has been performing spoken word poetry, public speaking, and facilitating workshops at colleges, schools, organizations and performance venues worldwide for over a decade... Read More →


Monday May 22, 2017 2:40pm - 4:15pm
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