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Rethinking Prayer and Jewish Education from a Neurodiverse Perspective

Are you a Jewish educator? If so, I imagine this post will be of particular interest to you!
Just in time for Neurodiversity Celebration Week, I would like to thank The Lookstein Center at Bar-Ilan University for graciously publishing my article:
“Rethinking Prayer and Jewish Education from a Neurodiverse Perspective”
Click here to join me on my voyage through neurodivergent hyperspace, and to hear my thoughts about how we can improve how we teach Torah studies and prayers in schools!
Hope it serves as food for thought, and looking forward to hearing your thoughts! Jacki

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Jacki Edry

Jacki Edry

Jacki Edry is a graduate of Hampshire College and has an extensive background in education, writing, and marketing. She has been exploring the world of autism and neurodiversity for over thirty-five years. 

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