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Tuesday, May 7 • 11:00am - 12:15pm
An In-depth Look at Intergenerational Experiences: Video Clips and Reflections

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Across the globe, progressive schools and elder centers are beginning to pilot bringing the youngest and eldest together. Why?
Come experience the benefits of intergenerational programming, and how IDEAL18, a new organization, is bringing Jewish children and elders together in a meaningful way.

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Sharon Goldman

Director of Communications, Ideal18
My journey to working with educators on documentation of educator and child research and action research, has been a winding one. As an educator and parent, I have marveled at the way intergenerational experiences enrich the lives of everyone it touches.In high school, while helping... Read More →
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Linda White

Imagination Play Project, Founder and Creator
Linda White, M.S.W., M.A.Ed., is the founder and creator of Imagination Play Project, and an experienced educator and clinician. As a Play Curator, her focus began with young children and has grown to working with people of all ages and abilities.Linda works directly in elder centers... Read More →
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Diana Ganger

Coach and Consultant in Organizational and Educational settings, DG1818Consultant
Diana Ganger, M.S.W., works as a coach and consultant in Organizational and Educational settings. A long-time Jewish educator, she was a graduate of the Wexner Heritage Foundation and is a recipient of the 2008 Covenant Award for Excellence in Jewish Education. She made aliyah to... Read More →

Tuesday May 7, 2019 11:00am - 12:15pm CDT
Landmark Room (10th Floor)