Professional Leadership

Finding Strength in Otherness: Women's Leadership in an Orthodox School

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Professional Leadership, School Policies and Procedures
In her pivotal work In A Different Voice, Carol Gilligan lays out the concept that women are “living at once inside and

Empowering Rising Leaders: Fostering Leadership Among Orthodox Women

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Professional Leadership
An interview with Ann and Jeremy Pava on empowering rising leaders and fostering leadership among orthodox women

Supporting New Administrators In and Out of School

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Professional Leadership, School Policies and Procedures
The impact of Covid has, of course, exacerbated many challenges. School communities have not been immune to society’s “great resignation” culture. Some

Vive la Différence: A Diverse JDS Leadership Model

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Human Resources, Professional Leadership
Our female educational leaders and classroom teachers should not attempt to simulate what their male counterparts do; they should create a distinctly

Leading Lessons: Voices and Visions of Women in Jewish Educational Leadership

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Professional Leadership
When I sent an email to over three dozen female colleagues asking if they would share their challenges, successes and guidance for

Problems, Solutions, and Generations

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Professional Leadership
In Tractate Megillah, Reish Lakish teaches that God doesn’t afflict the Jewish people without first creating a remedy. That idea doesn’t justify

What Makes a Great PD Experience

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Prizmah Thought Leadership, Professional Leadership, Teaching and Learning
At Prizmah we have had the joy of creating all sorts of professional development experiences, some with partner organizations and some on

Keeping it Fresh

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Professional Leadership
This summer will mark nine years since The Idea Institute (formerly the I.D.E.A. Schools Network) first started running the Summer Sandbox, a

Pathways to Differentiation in a Judaic Studies Classroom

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Professional Leadership, Teaching and Learning
At the heart of Hidden Sparks’ work is the belief that every child has unique talents, strengths, affinities and challenges. Teacher and

The Power of Global Collaboration

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Professional Leadership
In a world where there is so much that divides us, it’s often easy to forget how much our tradition believes in

The Balancing Act: Maintaining Standards of Excellence and Independence Simultaneously

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Professional Leadership
One of the great strengths of Jewish day schools is their independence. Each day school has the autonomy to shape the educational

YOU Lead at 10 Years: Shaping a Field of Adaptive and Empowered Leaders

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Professional Leadership
YOU Lead at 10 Years: Shaping a Field of Adaptive and Empowered Leaders