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"Chicago is truly blessed to have an institution such as yours. The staff has been extraordinarily helpful, patient and creative. The resources and inspirational ideas are top notch."

- Sarah Abend, Hollywood, CA


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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."

- Mrs. Wainhaus, -Mrs. Reinglass, -Mrs. Kaufman, Joan Dachs Bais Yaakov


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Walder Education is temporarily located at 5665 N. Jersey, Chicago.

To make an appointment or contact us, call 847.674.0800 or email us at teacherscenter@waldereducation.org

Unless noted otherwise on the calendar below, our normal school year hours are:

Sunday 10am-2pm   |   Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday 10am-4pm   |   Wednesday 7-9pm

2018 July and August hours are:

Sunday Closed   |   Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday 10am-4pm   |   Wednesday 5-9pm


Quick Tip: What’s Your Teaching Style?
Teaching styles are instructional and classroom management strategies. According to Anthony Grasha, in his book, A Matter of Style, “Style … affected how people presented information, interacted with students, managed classroom tasks...” 
Authority: teacher-centered, direct instruction, lecture. The teacher presents content for students to absorb. The teacher is active, the students are passive.
Demonstrator/Modeling: teacher-centered, direct instruction. The teacher acts as coach, modeling lessons, showing demonstrations and multimedia presentations.
Facilitator: student-centered. The teacher acts as facilitator, consultant, actively guiding students by asking leading questions, encouraging student exploration, offering alternatives, motivating students to higher-level thinking and problem-solving. This can be used in whole class lessons, group or individual work. 
Delegator: student-centered, the least active role for teachers. Students work independent of teachers, individually or in groups. The teacher is an observer and resource person. 
Although teachers may lean toward a particular style, many employ a combination of styles depending on their personalities and comfort level, the learning needs of their students, and the subject and goals of the particular lesson. To be the most effective teacher, be cognizant of the teaching styles you employ.