Teaching and Learning

Investing in Hebrew: Funders’ Perspective

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Fundraising & Development, Teaching and Learning
With a background in developmental psycholinguistics and as a Jewish day school parent, I have spent the last 40 years preoccupied with

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

Current Trends in Digital Hebrew Educational Resources

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Teaching and Learning
Since Covid-19, schools have been shifting from face-to-face learning to hyflex models as well as technology-enhanced teaching and learning. Teachers are facing

Let's Rebuild the Pipeline Together

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Recruitment and Retention, Teaching and Learning
Recruiting and retaining high-quality Hebrew teachers has become a significant challenge for many day schools across the country. For many second-language learners

The Impact of Pandemic Practices on Early Childhood Education

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Teaching and Learning

My First Elephant

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Teaching and Learning

Taking a Deep Dive to Make the Implicit Explicit

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Professional Leadership, Teaching and Learning
By Regina and Andrea Lulka How do our families, children and faculty engage with diverse groups of people in our Jewish schools

Caring for the Mental Health of Adults in Schools

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Teaching and Learning
When Moshe came down from Sinai, the Torah tells us, he did not realize that his face was glowing (Exodus 34:29). The

Counting, a Message from Paul Bernstein, CEO

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Teaching and Learning
“Flow is that elusive state of absorption in a meaningful challenge or a momentary bond, where your sense of time, place and

Get Personal: Lessons from a US Government Teacher

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Teaching and Learning
By Chani Rotenberg News coverage of the American government today can be quite disheartening. How can we develop thoughtful public policy within

Educating with Nuance in a Complex World

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Teaching and Learning
It seems like our society tries to tackle its biggest challenges with polarized, black-and-white, “my way or the highway” approaches. When it