Professional Development Resources: Classroom Management

Effective Curriculum Development: Rabbi Hirsch, Professor Hirsch, and Me

Over the past five years, I have had the unique privilege of creating a comprehensive, innovative model of Jewish Studies curricula at Sydney’s Moriah... Read more

The Impact of Divorce on the Child in the Classroom

This article originally appeared in Ten Da’at, Vol. 2, Issue 1, 1987, p. 24. Appears here with permission. In assessing why a student may... Read more

Early Detection of Classroom and Family Problems

This article originally appeared in Ten Da’at, Vol. 1, Issue 1, 1987, pp. 5-6. Appears here with permission. The yeshiva student, like any other... Read more

Homework for Educators

This article originally appeared in Ten Da’at, Vol. 3, Issue 2, 1989, pp. 27-28. Appears here with premission. Dear Rabbi, Mrs. and Ms., We are... Read more

The Ethics of Cheating – The Jewish View

This article originally appeared in Ten Da’at 1, 1, 1987, pp. 9-11. Reprinted here with permission. THE PROBLEM Lengthy conversations with some groups of... Read more

Mentoring Re-visted

The large attrition rate among new teachers led over thirty states in America to mandate the implementation of mentoring programs for beginning teachers. This... Read more

How Technology Enhances Effective Communication in Exemplary Schools

About the author: The author has taught in a private independent school for the past 26 years. He holds Bachelors of Education degree from... Read more

Observing Schools

A few months back an interesting and to my mind potentially important debate on the question of pluralism in schools opened up in these... Read more

The Library As Partner in the Teaching Process

This article originally appeared in Ten Da’at 1, 2, 1987, pp. 16-17. Reprinted here with permission. DR. POSNER, Vice President-elect of the Association of... Read more

Creating a Tefilla Environment: Personal and Institutional Priorities

This article was originally published in Ten Da’at 5,2 (1991), pp. 39-40. Imagine that your son is taught to read the Cyrillic alphabet (although... Read more
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