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Rhythms of the Jewish Year: Tu B'shevat 01-05-23 Done - Shared screen with speaker view
judi Morosohk (she/her)
25:47
Welcome!
Carla Scissors-Cohen
27:00
Hi Everyone! Just realized we still have our Chanukah decorations up! Ha
Jessica Torro
27:52
Good evening, everyone! My laptop is struggling with audio/video. I can see and hear you! I am here and listening, and will participate as best I can through the chat. :)
Jenna Turner, Paradigm Project
27:55
We love the Chanukah decorations!
Sue Salinger
28:06
@lisa Plotkin I love your hat
Jenna Turner, Paradigm Project
28:10
Thanks Jessica
Lisa Plotkin (she/her) Richmond, VA
28:27
Thanks, Sue!
Carolyn D Mulcahy
48:23
Thank you so much for sharing
Veronica Maravankin
49:55
WE will make the handout available along with the recording and other resources
Lynn Kaminski
50:15
Thank you!
Carolyn D Mulcahy
57:22
I loved your presentation
Sharon Zeigler
58:24
Thank you very much! I have a better understanding.
Miriam Friedman Parks
58:49
Wonderful text study! Thank you so much Rabbi.
Carla Scissors-Cohen
01:30:39
Brilliant strawberry photo! love it!
Katie Burke
01:31:43
wow!!! Love all these activities!!!
Angela Aquilizan
01:33:32
Powerful narrative inquiry project and documentation! Thank you so much for all the inspiration!
Rabbi Petakya
01:34:26
Wonderful
Sue Salinger
01:34:29
yay josh!
Tamara Leider
01:34:30
Beautiful!
Katie Burke
01:34:33
Awesome!!
Alyse Eisenberg
01:34:39
Wow, beautiful!!!
Julie Rabinowitz
01:34:41
WOW!! thank you! feeling inspired
judi Morosohk (she/her)
01:34:43
So beautiful nd inspiring Josh! Thank you!
Lisa Plotkin (she/her) Richmond, VA
01:34:47
This evening brought beautiful tears to my eyes!!
Sharon Zeigler
01:35:03
Thank you
Alejandra Palacios
01:35:04
Thank you so much for sharing!
Jodi Gladstone
01:35:24
Thank you all for sharing your talents!
Carolyn D Mulcahy
01:35:44
Yes, this was very ingaging
Carolyn D Mulcahy
01:36:04
*engaging
Stephanie Leen she/her/hers JCC Denver
01:36:18
How might tu b’shevat more organically flow into Purim this year?
Sue Salinger
01:36:18
I learned, again, how impactful garden education is (thanks josh)
Katie Burke
01:36:23
what surprised me was Rabbi mentioning that it is a war crime to take down a fruiting tree
Jessica Torro
01:36:23
I did not know that there was a new year celebration for so many things: animals, plants, trees, etc
Elise Hester
01:36:39
I thought the Tu BvShvat Seder was more recent, didn't realize it started back in Tzfat a few centuries ago
Lisa Plotkin (she/her) Richmond, VA
01:36:50
I’m inspired to look more closely at growing things, for longer.
Anjanette Blewer
01:36:53
I am thinking about ways to get the kids talking about the garden, the trees and having them tell me what interests them and amazes them.
Amy Damast (she/her)
01:36:53
Emphasizing the relationship between blessings and mindfulness are the next addition to my practice.
Kimberly Krikorian
01:36:56
I am so inspired by this! I not only want to reflect on our garden specs but make plans for the future and what we can do to prepare.
Miriam Friedman Parks
01:36:56
This helped me to think of some ways to bring the lessons of Tu’Bshvat down to your youngest learners-in particular creating a tree opportunity in a winter classroom for Children to say the Bracha.
Susan Schuman
01:36:57
Takes Tikkun Olam - taking care of the world to a whole new level. How important we as Jewish people are to maintining the world
Cheryl Stumer
01:37:00
I love the quote that Josh shared. Teach the children to love the earth before you ask them to save it.
Julie Rabinowitz
01:37:01
Loving the idea of bringing nature stories indoors and thinking that I know the perfect place to start placing them
Rachael Grey
01:37:04
Thank you to everyone who shared
Carla Scissors-Cohen
01:37:08
Inspired to use photography at our school in new ways.
Tamara Leider
01:37:11
The insight that blessing - which I know is an expression is gratitude - is to lead to the experience of Love
Montana Billings
01:37:13
I love the blessing of the 2 trees, we have a fig tree on our roof, and we can find a tree that doesn't bear fruit and compare.
Leslie Fried-Rubin
01:37:18
I am thinking about the idea of annual and perennial. Seeing their impact now and leaving something behind in the space for later.
Angela Aquilizan
01:37:50
I loved how Josh leaned into what was puzzling about Tu B’shevat and turned it into a teacher inquiry project and documented his process and experiences with the children. Loved so much how much the children were so involved and their ideas were honored!
Andrea Klausner
01:38:00
reflections upon reflections
Lynn Kaminski
01:38:08
something I have tried before: A year-long observation of one or two trees, with photos and other documentation. I want to get back to that. The children were amazed when buds were suddenly visible while there was snow on the ground. Thank you all!!!
Rebecca Kitchens
01:38:10
Have never thought of this holiday as a time to remember and reflect but know I will
Emelia Bakowski
01:38:14
i learned that mindfulness practice is important when teaching about gratitude and love. i will use this in my own everyday life and in teaching curriculum
Tamara Leider
01:38:18
Charting the trees around our school throughout the seasons with close observations and various forms of documentation’
Andrea Klausner
01:38:23
help us to become better storytellers
Carla Scissors-Cohen
01:38:24
Thanks to all the presenters!
Helen Morgenstern
01:38:27
The statement, teach children to live the earth now so they can save it later is really resonating with me.
Alana Gelnick
01:38:27
Thank you!
Tamara Leider
01:38:54
Telling stories - both from our concrete experiences as well as fantastical, creative stories
Jodi Gladstone
01:39:02
The idea of bringing the ideas of Vivian Paley to our children's stories sand reflections in nature to connect with Tu B'Shevat
Amy Jacobs
01:39:24
I’m having trouble putting it into words but this has been incredible!
Esther Kirschbaum
01:39:52
Loved the Tu Bshvat connection to Paley
Montana Billings
01:39:53
thank you this was wonderful.
Tamara Leider
01:40:00
Thank you so m much everyone
Rebecca Kitchens
01:40:01
Thank You
Miriam Friedman Parks
01:40:02
Thank You!
Leslie Fried-Rubin
01:40:02
Thank you!
Monique Alexander
01:40:03
Todah!!!
Elise Hester
01:40:08
Thank You! Lilah Tov!
Amy Jacobs
01:40:10
Thanks so much!!
Lisa Plotkin (she/her) Richmond, VA
01:40:12
Thank you, Rabbi, Sue, and Josh! WOW
Kimberly Krikorian
01:40:15
Thank you
Susan Schuman
01:40:20
Thank you
Jessica Torro
01:40:22
Thank you all!