Each of the four terms has ten two-hour classes over twenty weeks; there are two terms per year. Classes are held via Skype so that everyone can interact with everyone else in a video environment.
In addition to the classes, one-on-one sessions are held each month with each student to further their development and spiritual growth in their personal faith.
The first term, “Beginner,” is held twice a year for all new students. The next term starts in the fall of 2017.
Following that term, students move into one of the three remaining terms which are repeated in sequence. In each of those three terms, there is a primary focus, but all three areas – Jewish, Multi-Faith, and Maggidut – are touched upon.
|Abraham / Scripture||April 3|
|How Storytelling Works||April 13|
|Sefer Bereshit / Genesis||April 24|
|Multi-Faith 1 (Mormon)||May 15|
|Ein Yaakov / Talmud||May 31|
|Telling Stories||June 13|
|Multi-Faith 2 (Asatru)||June 26|
|Practical Storytelling||July 6|
|Open Session||July 12|
|Baal Shem Tov||Jan 24|
|Telling Challenging Stories||Feb 28|
|Persuasive Storytelling||May 4|
|Multi-Faith 1||May 15|
|Jewish Folklore||May 22|
|Mussar / Ethics||June 12|
|Multi-Faith 2||June 26|
|Other Traditions||July 10|
|Multi-Faith – Fall 2017||Maggidut – Spring 2018|
|“Short Stories of Jesus”||Finding the Story that Pursues You|
|Multi-Faith 1||Multi-Faith 1|
|Teshuvah / Repentance||Telling Transformational Stories|
|Multi-Faith 2||Multi-Faith 2|
|Finding and preparing stories||Maggidut|
|Jewish/Muslim Stories||Creating a story program|
|Modern Jewish Literature||Creating opportunities|
|Storytelling without notes||Open Session|