Coronavirus

Hebrew Differentiation for a Changed Classroom During Covid

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Coronavirus, Teaching and Learning
Covid has brought many opportunities and challenges to Jewish day schools. We were able to stay open, for the most part, during

Hebrew Language Learning Now: Challenges, Covid Keepers and Increased Connectedness

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Coronavirus, Teaching and Learning
With Covid not yet behind us but with some sense of managed normalcy, I have returned to visiting day schools across North

Experiencing the Miracle in Reverse: Jewish Community in the Age of Covid

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Coronavirus

Planting Deep Connections from Afar: Yom HaAtzma’ut During This Second Covid Year

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Coronavirus
A year ago, none of us dreamed that we’d be back having the same conversations again one year later. How can we

Venahafoch hu: Surviving, Adapting and Thriving Despite Covid-19

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Coronavirus
As we again approach the holiday of Purim, all I can think about is Venahafoch hu, it was turned upside down. Last

Charting an Uncharted Future

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Professional Leadership, Coronavirus, Governance
In a recent episode of the podcast On Point, Margaret Heffernan speaks about her latest book, Uncharted: How to Navigate the Future

Illuminating Inquiry in Jewish Early Childhood Education

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Coronavirus, Teaching and Learning
With a desire for both continuity and creativity amidst the current backdrop of uncertainty, Jewish early childhood educators and leaders have encountered

Meeting Prospective Parents in Virtual Parlors

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Coronavirus, Recruitment and Retention
Every year at SAR High School, we choose a theme for the year, which shapes programming and informal learning that takes place

COVID's Silver Lining for One Jewish Day School

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Coronavirus, Recruitment and Retention
By Lisa Feingold, Susan J. Levine, Rachel Zivic When Covid-19 fully reared its ugly head in March, we wondered if our small

Expanded Opportunities for Tefillah Using Zoom

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Coronavirus, Teaching and Learning
As we reach the seven-month mark of the Covid-19 shutdown, schools have been forced to think creatively. Looking at the fundamental elements

“Not What I Had in Mind": Our Teachers’ Journey During the “Flood”

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Coronavirus, Teaching and Learning
So I am supposed to teach the students in front of me, in my physical room, for six hours in my mask

Living In-Between

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Coronavirus
Upside down. That’s how our world feels now. When so many of us left our school buildings in March, it is was