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- Fern Batchko, JCC Chicago


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Dr. Neil Margolis

Visual Processing

Using and interpreting visual information is essential for learning to read, reading to learn, and for copying accurately. During this engaging program, Dr. Margolis defines and describes the different visual processing skills, their application to learning, and accommodations that support students having visual processing difficulties.

Rabbi Dr. Aharon Hershel Fried

Reaching and Teaching Every Child Chumash

Rabbi Dr. Aharon Hershel Fried shares a differentiated approach for all students. Children process information and learn differently. How can educators present material differently to meet various needs, especially in the same classroom? In this workshop, using the teaching of Chumash as the focus, we will present an approach in which material is presented in differentiated ways to an entire class, with an eye to meeting all needs, in different ways, and at different levels of depth.

Mr. Avi Shulman and Rabbi Shmuel Tenenbaum share insights and stories

The Power of Your Words: How to Make a Positive Impact on Student Wellbeing

Your impact long after what you taught may be forgotten, but how you relate to your students will be vividly remembered. When students are treated in a way that makes them feel comfortable and appreciated, they have a greater chance of listening to the lesson and learning. Join us for insights and stories that will illuminate this message and bring about a better understanding between students and teachers.

Rabbi Henoch Plotnik

Public Speaking for Rebbeim with Rabbi Henoch Plotnik

Rebbeim need many skills to be successful. They are often called upon to speak at assemblies and celebrations both in and out of school. The way Rebbeim present when they speak contributes greatly to the public’s perception of their professionalism. Rabbi Plotnik is a dynamic speaker who is much sought after for his content and presentation. He will share the essential points of effective public speaking in this session.

Morah Chaya shares practical strategies that you can use in your classroom tomorrow.

Ten Tips for a Connected Classroom with Morah Chaya Shapiro

Are there extremely shy children in your class having difficulty making friends or socializing? Are you unsure how to deal with children whom you feel take up all of your attention and keep disrupting the classroom? Do you want to help your students make the right choices and gain independence and confidence? Are you looking to help those lacking behavioral skills? Learn to create a classroom of caring and connection where all of your students will be ready to learn and grow.


Guiding Principals: 7 Steps to Assess and Address Social-Emotional Gaps After COVID-19

Even before the pandemic, we were aware of the importance of social-emotional learning. Many schools prioritized creating more holistic environments, teaching to the “whole-child,” giving attention to non-cognitive factors, and looking at the “climate” of a classroom. As teachers, we all know that academic goals can only be achieved when social-emotional skills are already in place. These skills are essential for success in the classroom and later in life.


Guiding Principals: 5 Steps to Assess and Address Academic Gaps after COVID-19

Even though many schools returned to in-person classes this past year, these classes were not “normal”. Hopefully, schools will be able to return to pre-pandemic teaching. The first step will be assessing subject area gaps in each student. Gaps can ruin a child’s self-confidence, and basic skills must be mastered before tackling higher-level work.


Guiding Principals: 2 Critical Ways to Make Sure Your School’s Numbers Grow

How can we recruit new families into our school community? And how can we retain the families we already have? Even in a relatively small school, there needs to be a designated person on staff in charge of recruiting new students. Often, it is the Director of Admissions, but that person still looks to the principal for guidance.


Guiding Principals: How Can We Support Teachers during the School Year?

Developing an amazing staff will make your school succeed and grow. It is critical that we redouble our efforts to increase job satisfaction. Learn ideas to help give teachers what they need.


Guiding Principals: How can we make new teachers feel comfortable?

We tend to forget about the concerns of teachers who may or may not be new to the profession but are new to our school. Learn how to to make teachers comfortable with the school culture.

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