Teaching is complex, challenging work. What children learn is influenced by so many factors: routines, language, expectations, how physical space and time are organized, what else happened that day, how we conceive of our relationship with families, and so much more. Children take it all in, forming their own values and practices. As educators, we know our stunning, profound responsibility for shaping children’s lives. How can we navigate the fast pace of learning environments? How can we partner with children to grow as compassionate, courageous, connected Jewish humans?