Professional Development Resources Tag: Student Enrichment

Case Study: Informal activities and religious identity during year in Israel

What impact, if any, do informal activities/conversations between Seminary teachers and students have on the religious observance and/or identification of their graduates, and are... Read more

Teaching Integrated Jewish Humanities in High School: American Literature, Philosophy and Jewish Thought

This article discusses the merits of a new education model that synthesises between Jewish and general studies. To read the article, click here. Read more

Teaching Talmud Resources

Are we missing a Talmud teaching resource? To submit materials, please contact us. Talmud Teaching Tools Habits of Mind for Gemara by Tzvi Pittinsky... Read more

Classroom Teaching with Mark Smilowitz: Varying Learning Modes

Varying Learning Modes – 010 – Here’s one way to put some variety into your lessons in order to grab more students’ interest and attention... Read more

Classroom Teaching with Mark Smilowitz: Fostering Student Questions

Fostering Student Questions – 003– How do we teach our students to become independent learners? One way is to teach them the art of... Read more

The Joy and Celebration of Learning

First Thoughts – The Illusion Neal Gabler (2002), the social critic, notes that for decades observers have been saying that Americans live in the... Read more

Teaching Baiurei HaTefilla

This article originally appeared in Ten Da’at, vol. 5, 2, 1991, pp. 37-38. Appears here with permission. Educators have always been faced with the... Read more