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Professional Leadership, School Policies and Procedures
Do people in your school know what the best practices are for the various functions of school life? What good and timely communication means? What “collaboration” looks like? How to show respect to teachers? How to design and...
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Coronavirus, School Policies and Procedures
The exuberance that each new school year brings for the children we greet through our doors is palpable throughout the school in the weeks leading up to September. But now, with so much uncertainty surrounding us, we are left...
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School Policies and Procedures, Recruitment and Retention
In Telling the Story of Your School, I shared the idea that everyone plays a role in creating the mosaic that is the story of a school. This multimedia mosaic unfolds over time and in a variety of ways. Authenticity and...
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Teaching and Learning, School Policies and Procedures
with Jared Finkelstein, CNVC Certified Trainer The Center for Nonviolent Communication Hi everyone, Jared here, first time blogger and honored to have been invited to share highlights of the session I led introducing a few of...
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Professional Leadership, Teaching and Learning, School Policies and Procedures
by Rabbi Judd Kruger Levingston, Ph.D. “Rabbi Lev, how come we have to go to Shaharit services? It’s a pluralistic day school!” “ Rabbi Lev, why can girls wear leggings, but the boys have to wear khakis? It’s a pluralistic...
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Teaching and Learning, School Policies and Procedures
by Debbie Akerman, PhD., LCSW Associate Director of Field Instruction Wurzweiler School of Social Work Yeshiva University Purim - Celebrate Safely….. Of all of the Jewish holidays on the calendar, Purim for many represents...
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Teaching and Learning, School Policies and Procedures
By Lianne Forman As an educator, you are on the “front lines” and act as one of the most critical sources of connection and emotional support for your students. School staff are charged with nurturing relationships with...
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Teaching and Learning, School Policies and Procedures
"If 20% of our American population has special needs, can we afford to continue to exclude this significant segment of our Jewish community in our schools, synagogues, and programs?" This question, posed by Shira Ruderman...