Daniel Held, Executive Director of UJA Federation of Greater Toronto’s Koschitzky Centre for Jewish Education, joins David Bryfman on the May 4, 2020 episode of Adapting: The Future of Jewish Education.
The state certified staff of the Early Childhood Center at the Mid-Island Y JCC teach a challenging and engaging curriculum including language development, science, mathematics, art and literature, while providing a loving and nurturing environment for each child.
Children learn by doing at the Brotherhood Synagogue Nursery School. Through active involvement in their environment, children add pieces of information to what they already know, thereby generating new ideas about the world around them.
The newly built, state-of-the-art indoor environment and outdoor Certified Nature Explore classroom at the Chai Center Preschool provides for the physical, intellectual and emotional growth of children through a myriad of activities.
While every class has some exposure to Hebrew, our Dual Language track classroom features two teachers, one speaking only Hebrew and the other only English at Congregation Beth Elohim, Brooklyn, NY.
Teachers work collaboratively as researchers, guiding and following the interests of the children and making their work visible through many forms of documentation at the Saul and Carole Zabar Nursery School at The JCC in Manhattan.
Consider what it might look like to plan for instruction based on what’s strong with students, not what is wrong with students. For instance, how can instruction be planned to build on strengths such as curiosity, kindness or judgment?
The 4th in the Shinui webinar series- Where Theory Meets Practice with Tess Levine and Rachel Happel. Both educators share practical adaptable insights into