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March 11, 1994 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-03-11

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ongregational religious
Zedek, was excited about at-
school teachers are asked
tending the retreat to work with
to do many things —
Ms. Friedman.
wipe runny noses, quell
She got much more than
the occasional behavior prob-
music.
lem, disseminate Jewish histo-
"Professional growth isn't
ry and the Hebrew language in
just learning what you can do
an interesting way, feed the
in the classroom and for the stu-
Jewish soul — all in a few hours
dents; it's about our own
each week.
growth, too. I've seen and ex-
The pay is often low; the po-
perienced things here I never
sitions are sometimes less-than-
considered before — new ways
glamorous. Finding motivation
of looking at the words of the
can be tough.
prayers, not just saying them
As part of the Agency for
rote, thinking of them in terms
Jewish Education's Nirim
of our history and how they af-
Teacher Training Program, ed-
fect our future," Ms. Pont said.
ucators got back to nature for
"What I bring back to the stu-
three days, to learn a little
dents and staff is added enthu-
about instruction while nur-
siasm, new perspective to help
turing their own spirits.
the children realize all we do
About 25 area educators
and say isn't just something
gathered Sunday, Monday and
that happened a long time ago,
Tuesday at the Butzel Confer-
but is of importance to us to-
ence Center of Camp Maas in
day."
Ortonville to work with the
Ms. Pont's sentiments are
likes of Jewish songwriter and
what Ms. Friedman and the
musician Debbie Friedman and
other presenters are hoping to
the former chair of the Coali-
evoke. Ms. Friedman, Rabbi
tion for the
Advance-
ment of
Jewish Ed-
ucation,
Rabbi Stu-
art Kel-
man.
Partici-
pants bun-
dled up in
winter
woolens
and boots,
slopping
through the
mud and Deborah Newbrun leads educators on a nature walk through
melted Camp Maas.
snow on a
nature walk with the associate
Kelman, Deborah Newbrun
director of Camp Tawonga in
and theater specialist Michael
California, Deborah Newbrun.
Posnick travel around the coun-
Ms. Newbrun stopped along the
try offering assistance in re-
walk, identifying plants and an-
treats for learning and spiritual
imal prints, even speaking of
solace. Rabbi Amy Wallk Katz
Moses as a naturalist. Educa-
joined the group from East
tors discussed methods to in-
Lansing.
corporate Jewish values and
"What is happening here
life-cycle events into a similar
isn't unusual," Ms. Friedman
outdoor adventure.
said. "We're helping teachers
Starlit evening jaunts, indoor
look at prayer in a totally dif-
study sessions, and blessings
ferent context. People are tast-
following meals focused around
ing, touching and feeling the
the idea of prayer and how to
texts.
teach it. New melodies were
"The 1960s touchy-feely was
taught. Presenters discussed
hokey. What's happening here
and explained interpretation.
is people are drawing upon the
'We're trying to familiarize
depths of themselves and find-
teachers with the prayer ser-
ing a substantive point to refer
vice. It's something we all take
to anytime. It becomes owner-
for granted but shouldn't," said
ship, integrated into their lives.
Shawn Locke, director of school
Prayer no longer remains just
services for the ME.
for the rabbis, but becomes
Janet Pont, director of the
rightly theirs to offer a place
Beth Hayeled Nursery School
to put both tragedies and
at Congregation Shaarey
sim chas." fJ

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