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Project Based Learning
Martin Moran teaching about Project Based Learning at the Walder Center
Feb 09, 2020 09:15 AM

Project Based Learning - Martin Moran

Martin Moran explained the concept of Project Based Learning and it's history. Mr Moran also explained his experience with Project Based Learning and resources and several examples of Project Based Learning​

 
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Social and Emotional Learning
Jan 27, 2020 02:18 PM

Social and Emotional Learning with Angela Searcy Ed.D

Angela Searcy Ed.D teaches teachers how to be in-tune with their students' Social and Emotional ups and downs, using a wealth of example videos

 
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Harav Yosef Eichenstein addressing the Melava Malka

Torah uMesorah Chicago Shabbos of Chinuch Melava Malka for Rebbeim

Melava Malka for rebbeim culminating a Torah uMesorah Shabbos of Chinuch. Speakers were Rabbi Binyomin Holland, Harav Yosef Eichenstein, and Harav Gershon Miller.

 
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Rabbi Jeffrey Holman, Principal of General Studies, Yeshiva Ohr Boruch, Veitzener Cheder
Nov 21, 2019 10:04 AM

Alternate Ways of Evaluating Students for Learning

Learning is a process, and we need to stay on target by assessing progress. How do I know if I am achieving my goals for my students? Is testing the only way? Just as a 'one size fits all" approach does not work with instruction, the same is true for student evaluation, It can also be part of a more dynamic classroom. In this workshop, will be presented with a variety of alternative ways to assess student learning.

 
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Jan 20, 2019 01:21 PM

Praise: The Powerful Motivator

Praise can be a powerful motivator to change student behavior, but it needs to be administered strategically and be well thought out.

 
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By Nicoguaro - Own work, CC BY 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=70535294
Jan 20, 2019 11:37 AM

Higher Order Thinking Skills Using Bloom's Taxonomy

Higher levels of learning are dependent on attaining the knowledge and skills at lower levels. For instance, before you can understand a concept you first need to remember it. Before you can apply a concept you need to understand it.

 
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Jan 20, 2019 09:57 AM

Getting the Most from Assessments

Assessments are a crucial part of classroom instruction. They measure how well each student learned the material and skills taught. They give students the feedback they need to be able to set achievable goals to improve their studying and performance, and indicate how well the teaching methods worked.

 
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Rabbi Benyomin Walters
Nov 21, 2018 07:46 PM

Teaching Life Values

Ideas for teaching life values in the classroom.

 
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Harav Reuven Feinstein
Oct 17, 2018 04:51 PM

Torah Umesorah Shabbos Chizuk 5779/1918

Melave Malka for Rebbeim featuring Harav Rabbi Reuven Feinstein, Rabbi Klein, Rabbi Nojowitz, and Rabbi Landau, Topics included involving parents in their children's Chinuch. Some Yiddish language was used. (42 minutes)

 
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Rabbi Walters
Aug 28, 2018 01:54 PM

The Power of “I Don’t Know”

The importance of discussing the unknown and ideas for how to encourage curiosity, questions, and the exploration of the unknown in the classroom.

 
 
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