Section archive - In-Service Training
Page 29/31 301 items
More than 75 educators from 15 countries are preparing to beat a modern path in early July to the teaching of ancient wisdom at the de Gunzburg Jewish Education Seminars. Coordinated by World ORT’s Education and Technology Department, the four-day seminars, which will be held concurrently in Buenos Aires, Rome and Kishinev, will provide Jewish Studies and Hebrew teachers with insights and skills to incorporate technology into their lessons.
Updated: Jun. 30, 2009
The Alliance for Continuing Rabbinic Education (ACRE) has established a new website to help them reach their goal of advancing the field of continuing rabbinic education in order to enrich the communal, spiritual and educational life of rabbis, and through them, the entire Jewish community. The website, a clearinghouse for information about all continuing rabbinic education programs contains a database of Continuing Rabbinic Education programs, a list of blogs from Alliance participants and research publications on Continuing Rabbinic Education.
Updated: Jun. 25, 2009
Dr. Richard D. Solomon has created a blog which he hopes will become a clearinghouse and forum in which people can exchange ideas on how to recruit, develop and retain exceptional Jewish educators through mentoring students, teaching candidates, and teachers in our day and supplemental schools. The blog is designed for Jewish teachers, administrators, teacher trainers, professors, consultants, staff developers and educational leaders in the field.
Updated: Jun. 08, 2009
InCiTE, a joint project of the New Center for Collaborative Leadership and the iCenter in cooperation with Makom, will teach a cohort of youth professionals to become part of the next generation of innovative Jewish educators by providing them with an opportunity to create exciting new projects within their organizations. Project experts in innovation will train youth professionals to create a mindset of innovation and thinking differently to strengthen teen commitment to Israel and Jewish Peoplehood through the creation and implementation of relevant new models of engagement.
Updated: May. 27, 2009
The Ramaz Lower School is now accepting applications fora new Judaic Studies Teaching Internship Programfor prospective Judaic Studies and Hebrew Language Teachers tocommence September 2009. Internship will include seminars, working with a mentor, and classroom experience. Participants will receive stipends.
Updated: May. 18, 2009
The Legacy Heritage Institute is a professional learning partnership between Gratz College and Jewish Early Childhood Education programs throughout the Delaware Valley. It offers free tuition to the educators from two select Jewish Early Childhood Education programs so they can partake in a three-year pilot program of intense coursework and other educational experiences.
Updated: Apr. 30, 2009
Rabbinic Torah Study Seminar takes place every summer at Shalom Hartman Institute’s campus in the heart of Jerusalem. The intensive, ten-day seminar comprises lectures by Institute scholars, tutorials and small group learning, as well as encounters with Israeli thinkers, artists, writers, politicians and leaders of North American Jewry. It is open to rabbis of all denominations from every corner of the globe who aspire to deepen their pluralistic knowledge of Judaism, expand their first-hand experience of Israel, and develop interdenominational dialogue.
Updated: Mar. 15, 2009
The Lookstein Center and the UJA-Federation of New York have announced the opening of the second cohort of the initiative to train promising teachers and administrators in New York area schools to take on larger leadership roles in Jewish Day Schools.The Educational Leadership Advancement Initiative (ELAI) program is designed for Jewish education professionals who aspire to increasing their impact on their schools and are looking for a career ladder.
Updated: Feb. 26, 2009
In the coming academic year the ATID Fellowship will again be comprised of a select number of Orthodox educators who have shown early promise of taking a role in educational leadership. The Jerusalem-based in-service program consists of weekly seminars, individual and group research projects and field work and mentoring by senior educators.
Updated: Feb. 26, 2009
During February 2009 school vacation, several teachers at the Billy Dalwin Pre-School of Temple Emunah in Lexington MA will travel to Israel to engage in a dynamic professional workshop with some of the best early childhood educators in Boston and Haifa. This 10-day study mission is the latest in the seven-year history of the Boston Haifa Early Childhood Educators (ECE) Exchange. The Exchange is a partnership between teachers and classrooms in both cities.
Updated: Feb. 12, 2009