Bring Teva to Your Community! Teva has moved forward with online learning, by bringing the wonders of Isabella Freedman, such as the pond and the baby goats to online classrooms. We are now able to share these wonders with broader communities, such as synagogues, Hebrew schools, and JCCs. For more information and a full list of our virtual class offerings, email Teva works to fundamentally transform Jewish education through experiential learning that fosters Jewish, ecological, and food sustainability. Teva was founded in 1994 with the philosophy of immersing participants in the natural world and providing structured activities to sensitize participants to nature’s rhythms, help them develop a more meaningful relationship with nature, and deepen their own connection to Jewish practices and traditions. This process also facilitates personal growth, community building, and a genuine commitment to Tikkun Olam, healing the world. A decade later, Teva’s focus expanded to include additional attention to issues of food sustainability as an aspect of the natural world. Teva programs are designed for children ages 2 – 17 years old and educators of children. Over the last twenty years, Teva has worked with over 450 day schools, congregations, camps, JCCs, BJEs, youth groups, and other … Continue reading Teva