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"After having had the זכות of experiencing the phenomenal program that you put together for our seventh and eighth grade girls, we are overwhelmed with hakaras hatov. The girls gained a tremendous amount from Mrs. Lichtenstein’s words, the video, and the “Remember the Children” program. The girls left with an appreciation for the past, the present and with a perspective for the future. Many girls felt a connection to the Holocaust and to one and a half million children that perished, ה’ יקום דמם for the first time."

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"I had the pleasure of attending the Idea Exchange Workshop on Building a Navi Curriculum. It was time very well spent. The discussion allowed us all to learn practical, hands-on ideas to enhance our teaching. I am teaching Tehillim for the second time and still groping for a style and format to work from. This workshop was what I was looking for. Thank you for opening your doors and offering innovative and worthwhile programs. Continued hatzlacha in your avodas hakodesh."

- Miriam Jaffe, Ida Crown Jewish Academy


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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.


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.

Dr. Shira Roth
Apr 25, 2021 12:45 PM

It's all about Comprehension with Dr. Shira Roth

“Comprehending what you’ve read is the goal of reading” (Allington & Gabriel) Yet many children believe that if they’ve said (or internalized) all the words on a page, they’ve read the page. Learn about proven instructional “before, during, and after” strategies that boost comprehension. This workshop applies to teachers of both Hebrew and English reading.

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​

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

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.

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.

Thumbs Up
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.

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.

Fountain Pen
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.

Results: 110 Articles found.