Professional Development Resources: Student Engagement

Methods of Teaching Jewish Prayer, Part 2

A learner centered course on structuring prayer learning experiences for a variety of ages and diversity of learners helping them to make personal meaning... Read more

Methods of Teaching Jewish Prayer, Part 1

A learner centered course on structuring prayer learning experiences for a variety of ages and diversity of learners helping them to make personal meaning... Read more

Out of the Ashes: The Indomitable Spirit of Jewish Survival

This article discusses calamities in Jewish history within the wider context of Jewish survival. To read the article, click here. Read more

Teaching Spirituality in Day Schools and Yeshiva High Schools

This article deals with the form that curriculum and instruction for spirituality may take. To read the article, click here. Read more

Kavvana Sources

Kavvana: Directing the Heart in Jewish Prayer was published by Jason Aronson in the summer of 5757 (1997), 604 pages. Jason Aronson is now... Read more

Integration of Judaic and General Studies in the Modern Orthodox Day School

Presented at the Second Annual Colloquium of The Jerusalem Fellows, May 20-2, 1986 Published in Jewish Education 54, 4 (1986), pp. 15-26.   In... Read more

Ceremony for the Burial of the Shamot/G’niza

This is a g’niza/shamot ceremony I created for our school some time ago. Should you decide to go this route, feel free to use... Read more

Integrating Special Needs Children Into the Jewish Day School System

This article originally appeared in Ten Da’at 7, 1, 1993, pp. 20-21. Reprinted here with permission. There has been much discussion, controversy and speculation concerning appropriate... Read more

Being a Web-Mensch: When Jewish Values and Technology Coincide and Collide

Do you fear that your students’ ethical sense disappears when they “log in?” The Internet offers infinite resources, but its use carries a responsibility... Read more

Online Educational Tools and Games

Akhlah: The Jewish Children’s Learning Network Babaganewz – A Classroom Magazine for Grades 4-7 Babylon Computerized Translator At this website, you can download a... Read more
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