Professional Development Resources: Misc

Psychological and Religious Change of Orthodox Jewish Boys During a Post-High School Year of Study in an Israeli Yeshiva

The following article is a dissertation that explored processes of change in parental relationships, religious levels and mental health that occurred in American Orthodox... Read more

Transitions in the Life of an Educator

Rabbi Grumet, Associate Editor of Ten Da’at, is Associate principal of the Torah Academy of Bergen County Ten Da’at, A Journal of Jewish Education,... Read more

Software and Technology

Davka software Developers and distributors of Judaic software in Jewish history, Hebrew language, Jewish customs and traditions, and more. Hebrew For Me These online... Read more

The Core Values of Conservative Judaism

The Jewish Virtual Library explores the values of Conservative Judaism. If dogmas or doctrines are the propositional language of a theological system, core values... Read more

Judaism in Crisis

Part I – The Problem Part II – Learning from the World of Learning Part III – An Educational Manifesto Part  I – The... Read more

“Too Much on Our Plates”

Back in the early 50’s, my friend’s older sister, Malka, worked as secretary in one of the Bais Yaakov elementary schools.  The children were,... Read more

Initial Religious Counseling for a Male Orthodox Adolescent Homosexual

Reprinted from Tradition: A Journal of Orthodox Jewish Thought, published by the Rabbinical Council of America, 29:2, Winter 1995. We present here a discussion of... 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

A Eulogy for the Rav

“A great prince in Israel has fallen today” – II Samuel 33:33 This article originally appeared in Tradition 28:1. Surely, such a prince and... Read more

Voluntary Turnover of Rebbes In Jewish Day Schools in Isolated Communities

Originally appeared in Ten Da’at  Volume XIII, Winter 2000 Background It has often been observed within the profession that there exists a relatively high... Read more
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