Professional Development Resources: Classroom Management

Goals of the Day School Movement: Torah scholars, all?

From Ten Da’at, Volume VII, Number 1, Fall 1993. Appears here with permission.   I Historically, until the mid-twentieth century, yeshiva education past the... Read more

Does Teacher Training Affect Pupil Learning? Evidence from Matched Comparisons in Jerusalem Public Schools

Most research on the relationship between teacher characteristics and pupil achievement focuses on salaries, experience, and education. The effect of in-service training has received... Read more

An Introduction to the Theory of Compression Within the Framework of the Applied Learning Program (ALP)

Dr Leon Bernstein has been teaching for nearly twenty years in a variety of schools. His experience spans both State Comprehensives and Private schools,... Read more

The Potential Effects of Educational Technology on the Jewish Learning Environment

Aharon Frazer is a programmer at WebYeshiva.com, a new online Torah learning environment, and a website builder for sites dealing with Jewish education. He is studying... Read more

The Happy, Well-Adjusted, Modern Orthodox Dropout

Originally published in Jewish Action, Fall 5761. Submitted to the Virtual Library by the author. Let’s face the facts: across the board, in every... Read more

The Democratic Classroom

Excerpts from “Democratic Classroom” Workshop  sbailey@moriah.nsw.edu.au   Administrators and classroom teachers acknowledge that effective, successful teaching requires two dynamics: process and structure. By process,... Read more

Policies for Our Class – Design for Jewish Living

We will be spending three hours together each week.I want to use the time to teach, and you want to use the time to... Read more