Source: EdJewtopia, May, 2011
This issue of EdJewTopia looks at professional development through a variety of different lenses. It explores practical suggestions, the implications of new technology tools, training educators to address learning differences and new angles for achieving real, meaningful development. EdJewTopia is an e-newsletter devoted to the field of complementary Jewish education (CJE). There are hundreds of thousands of children engaged in community programs, synagogue schools, homeshuling, experiential retreats, and other modes of Jewish engagement. EdJewTopia is designed to highlight professionals' great work, support educators and parents with new tools, and inform the community at large about CJE.
Among the articles in this issue of EdJewtopia:
- Feed the Teachers: Practical Suggestions for Professional Development - Elissa Kaplan
- Many Paths to Educational Technology - Peter Eckstein
- Re-Examining Professional Development - Frances B. Pearlman
- Focus On A Community: Students with Learning Differences - Meredith Englandar Polsky