Professional Development Resources Tag: Loss

Coping with Loss and Terror: Jewish and Psychological Perspectives

  Abstract: The Chinese word characters for the word “crisis” consists of two symbols: danger and opportunity. Those looking for guidance on how to... 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

Responding to a Death in the Yeshivah High School Family: A Handbook/Checklist for Yeshivah Educators

Dr. Wolowelsky is Dean of the Faculty at the Yeshivah of Flatbush The first edition of this Handbook was published in 1987 by TEN,... Read more

Responding to a Death in the School Family: A Handbook/Checklist for Educators in Jewish Community Junior and Senior High Schools

This article is a handbook/checklist for educators in Jewish Community Junior and Senior High Schools, in regards to responding to a death in the... 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 Pool That Was Once a Synagogue

This article describes the story of a synagogue in Poznan, Poland that was turned into a swimming pool by the Nazis, during the Holocaust. To... Read more