Professional Development Resources Tag: Special Needs

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

Gifted and Learning Disabled: A Holographic Image

This article originally appeared in Ten Da’at, Heshvan 5750, pp. 38-40. Appears here with premission. The educational community has long grappled with teaching children who... Read more

Early Detection of Classroom and Family Problems

This article originally appeared in Ten Da’at, Vol. 1, Issue 1, 1987, pp. 5-6. Appears here with permission. The yeshiva student, like any other... Read more

An Analysis of Appropriate Groupings and Recommended Strategies and Techniques for Reading in the Classroom

October 21, 2002 Loyola University,Chicago ELPS 499 Independent Study – Research Paper Rabbi Dr. Harvey Well Reprinted here with permission. STATEMENT OF PROBLEM 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

A Boy Named Shuki

This article originally appeared in Moment. Reprinted here with permission. Yehoshua Abba Chananiah [aka: Shuki], my youngest son, descends from the yellow mini-bus that... Read more
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