This list offers Reconstructionist approaches to Jewish ideas and practices. Note: These were developed in the years before the restructuring of the Reconstructionist movement in June 2012.
Rabbi Richard Hirsh, RRC '81, discusses the reconstruction of Reconstructionism. This presentation is available in text and audio versions.
In 2006, Rabbi Nancy Fuchs-Kreimer, RRC '82, delivered this speech about Reconstructonist theology at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association Convention in Deerfield Beech, FL.
This introduction to Reconstructionist Education's frequently asked questions explains why a "cheat sheet" is necessary and provides guidance about how to discuss these and other questions with students of different ages.
These conversations from the listserv for Reconstructionist educators were prompted by a question from Toni Bloomberg Grossman about how to teach young children about Hanukkah. Many educators responded with their practical and ideological thoughts about how to teach Hanukkah.
Rabbi Shira Stutman (RRC '07) conceived of this model for a Reconstructionist high school that she named Lab Yeshiva. She proposes block scheduling, integrated secular and Jewish studies, and service-learning to Jewishly educate students who are not well served by traditional college-prep academies.
This introduction to Reconstructionist Judaism explores the philosophy, theology, values, practice and organization of the movement.