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Mentoring and training programs are hallmarks of the Jewish New Teacher Project’s (JNTP) efforts to support new and veteran day school teachers in Jewish and general studies. JNTP, a division of the internationally recognized New Teacher Center, has worked with more than 1,350 new educators across North America, helping close to 200 schools achieve teaching excellence by utilizing the New Teacher Center’s proven model of new teacher support to dramatically improve new teacher effectiveness, teacher retention and school culture.
Updated: Nov. 05, 2020
A Corner Stone: Building Education and Teacher Education Systems in Times of Crises and Changes – An Online International Study-Day
The MOFET Institute is honored to invite you to take part in this most important and relevant International Study-Day on Building Education and Teacher Education Systems in Times of Crises and Changes. The event will take place on Tuesday June 30 between 4:00 PM – 9:30 PM Israel time and will be conducted in English. Participation in the event is entirely free of charge but requires registration in advance.
Updated: Jun. 15, 2020
Hospital teachers work in a unique educational milieu that serves hospitalized children. In order to meet these children’s educational needs, teachers are expected to display high emotional abilities that will allow them to be creative, flexible and innovative, and able to work in distressing situations. For this reason a 30-hour Emotional Intelligence academic course for hospital teachers was developed and conducted, based on the revised theoretical framework of Mayer, Caruso & Salovey (2016). This mixed methods research study examined 50 hospital teachers who participated in this 10-week course, using a pre- and post-questionnaire, focus groups, semi-structured interviews and a final paper with a reflective summary. All training materials and examples were geared towards working with hospitalized children.
Updated: Mar. 11, 2020
Building upon the previous successes of the Institute for the Study of Modern Israel (ISMI), CIE offers the CIE/ISMI Educator Workshop on Modern Israel: a four-day (June 28 - July 1, 2020) opportunity for educators and educational leaders to deepen their understanding of Israel’s history, politics, economy and society, while cultivating participants’ skills in classroom application and best practices.
Updated: Mar. 11, 2020
The Ethical Creativity Institute (ECI) is a weeklong (June 15-19, 2020) professional development and curriculum design program created and hosted by The Brandeis School of San Francisco that combines the emergent fields of design thinking, tinkering, and constructionist education with Jewish traditions and ethical frameworks.
Updated: Feb. 24, 2020
Ivrit B’Darkenu (Hebrew Our Way) is a newly established non-profit organization, designed to address the needs of Torah based institutions to enhance Hebrew and Lashon Hakodesh education for a variety of populations, settings, and formats. Students will have the opportunity to acquire high functional abilities and to experience a sense of success and belonging. The resulting advancement of Hebrew and Limudai Kodesh instruction in Torah-based educational institutions, including schools, camps, and community programs, will enable thousands of students to learn and acquire Hebrew and Lashon Hakodesh in a meaningful and experiential way.
Updated: Feb. 12, 2020
Applications Open: Senior Educators Fifth Cohort at M²: The Institute for Experiential Jewish Education
M²: The Institute for Experiential Jewish Learning is launching its 5th Senior Educators Cohort (SEC). Designed for senior-level educators interested in delving deeply into a holistic approach toward the theory and practice of experiential Jewish education. Work closely with master faculty and staff and build relationships with an incredibly diverse cohort.
Updated: Feb. 12, 2020
If you are a Jewish day school teacher then please join the Pardes Center for Jewish Educators on July 3-23, 2020 in Jerusalem. Study Jewish texts, get your curriculum ready for the fall, share ideas with amazing colleagues, participate in innovative pedagogy workshops and re-energize for another year of teaching!
Updated: Feb. 05, 2020
Over 300 Jewish educators and community leaders from across North America took on the role of student at The Jewish Education Project’s Jewish Futures Conference. Educators, Jewish communal professionals, and community leaders studied with experts on anti-Semitism, trauma, mindfulness, and internet culture at New York University’s Kimmel University Center on Wednesday (Dec. 4, 2019). Together, participants discussed and debated the conference theme of “Pride and Prejudice: Jewish Education's Battle Amid Growing Anti-Semitism”.
Updated: Jan. 08, 2020
The Pardes Day School Educators Program – training outstanding Jewish studies teachers for day schools since 2000 – is a vibrant and innovative two-year program in Jerusalem that combines intensive text study at the Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies with a Master of Jewish Education from Hebrew College. This program is highly selective, seeking outstanding applicants for whom day school teaching is their calling.
Updated: Nov. 27, 2019