Shop

Home/Shop
  • For this last stretch of the school year, learn 15 tools and techniques to add new life to the learning! From cooperative learning to individualized assessment techniques, these strategies are easy and immediate to implement in your classroom.
  • 5 part series based on the Zekelman Standards for Chumash (and Tanach) with Rabbi Yossi Rosenblum and Rabbi Mendy Greenbaum How do we teach Chumash in way that gives our students the ability to keep learning? The answer is by prioritizing skills over coverage. In this series, explore 5 different skill-sets for learning Chumash, based on the Zekelman Standards for Chumash. Along with each webinar, receive a treasure trove of resources and classroom ready materials to bring Chumash learning to life in your classroom!
  • How do we teach Chumash in way that gives our students the ability to keep learning? The answer is by prioritizing skills over coverage. In this series, explore 6 different skill-sets for learning Chumash, based on the Zekelman Standards for Chumash. Along with each webinar, receive a treasure trove of resources and classroom ready materials to bring Chumash learning to life in your classroom! With Dr. Sara Rosenfeld and Mrs. Chanah Rose MsEd
  • Teaching Chumash is comprised of so many different components: text skills, language and dikduk, Rashi and meforshim, and, most importantly, Hashkafa. How is it possible to combine all of these necessary skills and knowledge into one cohesive lesson? Experience a model lesson that ties all theses educational goals together and addresses the varying areas of the Zekelman Standards.
  • Teaching Chumash is comprised of so many different components: text skills, language and dikduk, Rashi and meforshim, and, most importantly, Hashkafa. How is it possible to combine all of these necessary skills and knowledge into one cohesive lesson? Experience a model lesson that ties all theses educational goals together and addresses the varying areas of the Zekelman Standards.
  • Sale!
    Maimonides' thirteen principles, which he described as the roots and foundations of the Jewish religion, first appeared in his Commentary on the Mishnah as an introduction to the final chapter of the tractate Sanhedrin.
  • Questions are a powerful tool to drive student learning in any grade level. They have the capacity to raise the level of the thinking in the class, engage students, and give you valuable information about what your students have learned. In this webinar, learn about how to raise the level of the questions you ask your class, to unlock their full potential.

Title

Go to Top