Ve'ahavta 3rd Annual Professional Development Day for Teachers and Educators

par Ve'ahavta

  • mercredi, 24 janvier 2018 de 9:00 Matin à 4:00 Après-midi (HNE)
  • TBA , Toronto, ON M6A1Z0

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Ve'ahavta's 3rd annual Professional Development Day

has been designed to enhance knowledge and understanding of Indigenous issues, contemporary identity, and the history and ongoing legacy of the Residential School system.

This event is open to all educators and administrators in the Jewish education system, supplementary schools, campus, congregations and camps based in the GTA.

You can expect to gain:

Improved literacy of Indigenous history, in particular, treaties, 

Increased knowledge of the history and legacy of the Residential Schools,

Enhanced understanding of contemporary issues and Indigenous identities 

This will be achieved through a series of workshops based on topic, curriculum-specific knowledge & resources, and community focuses.

By attending the event you are helping the development of a network of educators within the Jewish community committed to Indigenous education and responding to the Calls To Action put out by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

Vegetarian/Dairy Kosher refreshments and lunch will be served.

Have any questions? Please contact Ve'ahavta at 416 964 7698 ext. 224 or email 

Limited Capacity

As with all Ve’ahavta programs, we have made a few subsidized spots available for the PD Day. If you wish to attend the event, but for financial reason are unable to please call or email to discuss further. 



Further Details to be announced 

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Toronto, ON M6A1Z0

24 janvier 2018
mercredi, 24 janvier 2018 9:00 Matin (HNE)


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Ve'ahavta is a Jewish humanitarian organization dedicated to promoting positive change in the lives of people of all faiths who are marginalized by poverty. Ve'ahavta engages community members in meaningful and hands-on volunteer opportunities to support our collective mission of tikun olam (repairing the world).