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Dear Reader, These days we are wondering how you and your colleagues are coping, with the global Covid-19 pandemic having a growing effect on our profession each day. We keep seeking for ways to help the professional community of teacher educators around the world, through and with The Jewish Portal of Teacher Education. To this end, we would greatly appreciate if you could write us your thoughts, suggestions, requests - and we promise to consider and discuss all of them. We would also love to learn about the use you make and the experience you have with this Portal - during regular times and especially during this challenging global Corona crisis. You can contact us simply by replying to firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you and best wishes, Dr. Sara Ziv, Head of MOFET's International Department Penny Barsimantov, Coordinator of MOFET's International Portals
Updated: Apr. 30, 2020
Educational outcomes are the equalizer. Assessment of changes in behavior, attitudes and subject fluency interrogate the goals of teaching and track the hopes of educators for their students. These are the missing link which accord to all other datasets more discernable meaning. To paraphrase Rabbi Hanina’s wisdom captured in Ta’anit 7a, we learn more from our pupils than from all other sources of information.
Updated: Feb. 05, 2020
JData is a shared resource for Jewish education in North America. Each year, JData collects information from the primary Jewish youth educational institutions – day camps, day schools, early childhood enters, overnight camps, and part-time schools – and delivers assessments on the health and wellness of the Jewish educational endeavor.
Updated: Feb. 05, 2015