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Skills, Practices, and Habits of Mind: Helping our Day Schools Achieve Lasting Impact

By Debby Arzt-Mor Helping our students develop and nurture habits of mind and skills for lifelong learning must take precedence over transmission of content. Jewish educators must recognize the importance [...]

Skills, Practices, and Habits of Mind: Helping our Day Schools Achieve Lasting Impact2019-08-08T20:12:59+02:00

Beyond Academic Excellence: Establishing the Competitive Advantage for Day Schools in a Challenging Market

Screenshot: Solomon Schechter of Westchester website. By Michael A. Kay, PhD Over the past 10 years, the market for North American Jewish day schools, particularly those that are not strictly [...]

Beyond Academic Excellence: Establishing the Competitive Advantage for Day Schools in a Challenging Market2019-08-08T20:13:00+02:00

Arugot – Haifa, Israel – Methods used with preschool children in developmental preschools

By Ruth Kaniel Arugot, located in Haifa – Israel, is a dynamic learning and therapy center for children with learning disabilities, developmental delays and emotional problems. A range of nurturing [...]

Arugot – Haifa, Israel – Methods used with preschool children in developmental preschools2019-08-08T20:13:00+02:00