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September 2019

Remote: Tagliyot: 4th-5th Grade STEM-based Learning Program

  • Toddler to Teen

Tagliyot (Discoveries) engages 4th & 5th grade students in experiential Jewish learning through science, technology, engineering and math. Students use experimentation, design thinking and the scientific method to examine connections between science and technology and Jewish values and identity. This innovative hands-on learning enables students to create new designs, prototypes, models and approaches to explore the relationships we have with ourselves and the world around us.​

  • Sunday, September 22
  • 1:45 PM to 4:15 PM
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October 2019

Remote: Tagliyot: 4th-5th Grade STEM-based Learning Program

  • Toddler to Teen

Tagliyot (Discoveries) engages 4th & 5th grade students in experiential Jewish learning through science, technology, engineering and math. Students use experimentation, design thinking and the scientific method to examine connections between science and technology and Jewish values and identity. This innovative hands-on learning enables students to create new designs, prototypes, models and approaches to explore the relationships we have with ourselves and the world around us.​

  • Sunday, October 6
  • 1:45 PM to 4:15 PM
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Remote: Tagliyot: 4th-5th Grade STEM-based Learning Program

  • Toddler to Teen

Tagliyot (Discoveries) engages 4th & 5th grade students in experiential Jewish learning through science, technology, engineering and math. Students use experimentation, design thinking and the scientific method to examine connections between science and technology and Jewish values and identity. This innovative hands-on learning enables students to create new designs, prototypes, models and approaches to explore the relationships we have with ourselves and the world around us.​

  • Sunday, October 27
  • 1:45 PM to 4:15 PM
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November 2019

Remote: Tagliyot: 4th-5th Grade STEM-based Learning Program

  • Toddler to Teen

Tagliyot (Discoveries) engages 4th & 5th grade students in experiential Jewish learning through science, technology, engineering and math. Students use experimentation, design thinking and the scientific method to examine connections between science and technology and Jewish values and identity. This innovative hands-on learning enables students to create new designs, prototypes, models and approaches to explore the relationships we have with ourselves and the world around us.​

  • Sunday, November 17
  • 1:45 PM to 4:15 PM
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December 2019

Remote: Tagliyot: 4th-5th Grade STEM-based Learning Program

  • Toddler to Teen

Tagliyot (Discoveries) engages 4th & 5th grade students in experiential Jewish learning through science, technology, engineering and math. Students use experimentation, design thinking and the scientific method to examine connections between science and technology and Jewish values and identity. This innovative hands-on learning enables students to create new designs, prototypes, models and approaches to explore the relationships we have with ourselves and the world around us.​

  • Sunday, December 15
  • 1:45 PM to 4:15 PM
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January 2020

Remote: Tagliyot: 4th-5th Grade STEM-based Learning Program

  • Toddler to Teen

Tagliyot (Discoveries) engages 4th & 5th grade students in experiential Jewish learning through science, technology, engineering and math. Students use experimentation, design thinking and the scientific method to examine connections between science and technology and Jewish values and identity. This innovative hands-on learning enables students to create new designs, prototypes, models and approaches to explore the relationships we have with ourselves and the world around us.​

  • Sunday, January 12
  • 1:45 PM to 4:15 PM
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Remote: Tagliyot: 4th-5th Grade STEM-based Learning Program

  • Toddler to Teen

Tagliyot (Discoveries) engages 4th & 5th grade students in experiential Jewish learning through science, technology, engineering and math. Students use experimentation, design thinking and the scientific method to examine connections between science and technology and Jewish values and identity. This innovative hands-on learning enables students to create new designs, prototypes, models and approaches to explore the relationships we have with ourselves and the world around us.​

  • Sunday, January 26
  • 1:45 PM to 4:15 PM
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February 2020

Remote: Tagliyot: 4th-5th Grade STEM-based Learning Program

  • Toddler to Teen

Tagliyot (Discoveries) engages 4th & 5th grade students in experiential Jewish learning through science, technology, engineering and math. Students use experimentation, design thinking and the scientific method to examine connections between science and technology and Jewish values and identity. This innovative hands-on learning enables students to create new designs, prototypes, models and approaches to explore the relationships we have with ourselves and the world around us.​

  • Sunday, February 2
  • 1:45 PM to 4:15 PM
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Remote: Tagliyot: 4th-5th Grade STEM-based Learning Program

  • Toddler to Teen

Tagliyot (Discoveries) engages 4th & 5th grade students in experiential Jewish learning through science, technology, engineering and math. Students use experimentation, design thinking and the scientific method to examine connections between science and technology and Jewish values and identity. This innovative hands-on learning enables students to create new designs, prototypes, models and approaches to explore the relationships we have with ourselves and the world around us.​

  • Sunday, February 9
  • 1:45 PM to 4:15 PM
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March 2020

Remote: Tagliyot: 4th-5th Grade STEM-based Learning Program

  • Toddler to Teen

Tagliyot (Discoveries) engages 4th & 5th grade students in experiential Jewish learning through science, technology, engineering and math. Students use experimentation, design thinking and the scientific method to examine connections between science and technology and Jewish values and identity. This innovative hands-on learning enables students to create new designs, prototypes, models and approaches to explore the relationships we have with ourselves and the world around us.​

  • Sunday, March 1
  • 1:45 PM to 4:15 PM
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