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June 13, 2021 37 min

Rabbi Ilyse Kramer is a long-time educator and former director of life long learning at Gesher in Harrisburg, PA. She is currently the director of Kesher: Connection at Columbia Jewish Congregation in Columbia, Maryland. She has extensive educational experience with both children and adults. 

  •  Best way to reach students is to ask them what they think.
  • Give students content that is meaningful.
  • Encourage students to think.
  • Learn to tell a compelling story.
  • Show that you really care about your students.
  • Allow students to ask tough questions.
  • Your job is not to answer all their questions, it is to plant the seeds for continued learning. 
  • Students are not receptacles for receiving knowledge, involve them in the process.
  • We also need to continue learning.
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