Professional Development Resources: Misc

Film and Media

“The Case for Israel – The Case for Peace” – Lecture by Alan Dershowitz (video) Alden Films / Films of the Nations On this... Read more

The Relationship Between English and Hebrew Reading and Externalizing Behavior Amongst Orthodox Jewish Boys

This article examines the association between reading problems and behavior problems in bilingual situations. To read the article, click here. Read more

Among Strangers

This article originally appeared in Tradition 28, 1994. Reprinted here with permission. To the Editor: The Editor’s Notebook has used everyday observations to draw... Read more

Evolution: A Theory that Failed to Evolve

Evolution: A Theory that Failed to Evolve Update for Torah Schools 5748 By: Moses D. Tendler This article originally appeared in Ten Da’at, vol.... Read more

A Test of Jewish Literacy

Preamble Several years ago the editors of Generation Magazine, an excellent but now-defunct journal produced by young Australian Jewish academics and writers, asked a... Read more

MediaStudies: From Yeshiva Dropouts to Mainstream

This article describes a rehabilitative program called the MultiMedia Project (MMP) for Yeshiva Drop-Outs with drug, alcohol, self-mutilation and other emotional problems. To read... Read more

The Middot and Jewish Values Crisis in Our Schools: What to Do

This article originally appeared in Ten Da’at, vol. 2, 2, 1987, pp. 8-10. Appears here with permission.   This is not the story of... Read more

Money and How to Get it: What Every Educator Needs to Know About Fundraising

This article originally appeared in the Lookstein e-community Mifgashim. I. Being a Learner “I can’t do it, I just can’t do it,” a colleague... Read more

Cheating Pays

Cheating Pays Joel B. Wolowelsky This article originally appeared in Ten Da’at, vol. 7, 1, 1993. Appears here with permission. Some time ago, an... Read more

The Broad Torah: Of Pictures on Walls and in Hearts

Originally published in Ten Da’at 8:1, 1995. Appears here with permission. The scene: A classroom full of eager young high school boys learning Torah.... Read more
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