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YOU Lead is a leadership development program for school professionals who aspire to deepen their leadership capacity for roles that they hold now and will hold in the future. YOU Lead combines asynchronous online modules, quarterly online intensives, cohort building, and 1:1 coaching to support the development of capacities and dispositions that are central to effective day school leadership.
Updated: Apr. 22, 2021
Reimagine pedagogy in light of digital technology with Sefaria's newest online course. Discover new ways that teachers and students might use Sefaria’s tools to teach and learn more creatively. The 8-session course, completed at your own pace, includes tutorials with accompanying assignments for those interested in earning certification.
Updated: Apr. 19, 2021
The Jewish Education Innovation Challenge’s (JEIC’s) Developing Embedded Expertise in Jewish Day Schools Program (DEEP), funded by the Mayberg Foundation and with launch support from The AVI CHAI Foundation, has created a professional learning community (PLC) bringing together 18 educational providers to learn from each other and expand their own expertise and efficacy while surfacing synergies and potential collaborations that might serve the field.
Updated: Apr. 18, 2021
One of the most important things Jewish educators can do is model life-long learning. Using the summer months to invest in yourself as a learner and as a professional is an effective way to grow as an educator, deepen your impact on students, and remain inspired! See below for more information about Pardes’ various summer professional development opportunities.
Updated: Apr. 13, 2021
The principal’s role in promoting a revised model of teachers’ in-service professional development – the case of Israel
This paper will introduce a model of in-service professional development applied in the Israeli Education system: The Pedagogical Flexibility in Teachers’ Professional Development. This model has been applied and administered in Israeli schools by school principals recently. In addition, this paper will illuminate the two state reforms operating in the Israeli education system, which constitute one of the contexts in which principals work. It will be argued that among the plethora tasks school principals are in charge of, this task is less prioritised.
Updated: Mar. 11, 2021
Join us on March 15, 2021, 1:30 – 2:45 PM EST, for a conversation with Aryeh Halivni, Founder and Executive Director of Toldot Yisrael (an organization documenting Israel’s 1948 generation), and Naomi Schrager, Director of Education of Lookstein Virtual Jewish Academy, where we will explore an incredibly rich resource for teaching about Israel.
Updated: Mar. 11, 2021
Nechama 21C: Enhancing Torah Instruction with Digital Tools: Where Nechama Leibowitz and Digital Technology Meet
Nechama 21C is a 10 hour online, self-paced course designed specifically for teachers of Torah and Navi on all grade levels, and shared on an interactive e-learning platform. Course participants engage with video presentations, tutorials, selected articles, web-based resources, interactive tools, and shared mediaץ
Updated: Feb. 18, 2021
Novice teachers need a lot of support. This is especially true for Jewish Studies teachers. The Jewish Studies In-Service Teacher Training Program, a 14-month online program created and run by the Pardes Center for Jewish Educators, offers novice Jewish studies teachers 1-on-1 mentoring coupled with regular webinars that provide essential and practical pedagogical training, tailored for the teaching of Jewish texts. While already teaching in the classroom, these educators will get the skills and the extra support that they need!
Updated: Feb. 17, 2021
As a project of the Jewish Agency for Israel and the Ministry of Diaspora Affairs, TalentEducators is tasked with addressing a problem that has existed for decades in education: a shortage of talented educators. Our mission centers on recruiting, retaining, and supporting Jewish educators and Jewish education, and since March, we have consistently experienced and identified a shift that CASJE’s interim report reveal: that employers in day schools are building their benches and that experiential and early childhood employers are hiring fewer full-time staff. In this article, we would like to contribute a new finding from our experience in the field.
Updated: Feb. 17, 2021
The Hebrew Our Way Organization and Universidad Hebraica are proud to present their new Diploma course for teachers of Torah based institutions in the Diaspora. Participants will gain new knowledge and learn basic strategies for teaching Hebrew and Leshon Hakodesh as a second language through linguistic competencies and Proficiency approach.
Updated: Jan. 10, 2021