How can middle school teachers design and utilize small-group work to teach all students literacy skills and critical thinking skills for the study of Tanakh? How can teachers meet the needs of students with different levels of academic ability and a variety of learning styles?
How can teachers establish classroom structures and routines to facilitate classroom management and promote student learning? Learn approaches for managing small group-work developed from researching the experiences of successful teachers in the field.
How can centers be used to offer students a variety of learning experiences in classrooms from pre-K to 5th grade? What are the essential components of an effective center that contribute to positive learning experiences and engage more students in Jewish studies?
This session will explore how to differentiate tefilla in lower school using proactive and strategic grouping practices. Mrs. Reiss will share her experiences differentiating tefilla in fourth grade – describing how she differentiated, what worked and what did not work.
What factors should educators consider before developing instruction? How can lesson plans be designed so that the content, process, and product of instruction meet the needs of students at different levels of ability?
“Speaking to Your Kids about Personal Safety” is a parenting workshop conducted by Rabbi Yakov Horowitz, Director of The Center for Jewish Family Life’s Project YES and dean of Yeshiva Darchei Noam in Monsey, NY.
In this webinar, we will discuss the role that subjective qualities such as effort, growth and participation have on our grading beliefs and practices. Through the course of the discussion, participants will gain a better understanding of their own beliefs regarding assessments and grading, and consider various ways to align those beliefs with their grading practices.