You may have heard of Menachem Education Foundation’s Teacher Induction Program, but this year, its programs are getting a re-vamp to serve more educators.
An all-new Teacher Coaching Program gives experienced teachers and school leaders the skills for bringing out the best in other teachers.
The summer workshop is taking place on Aug. 13-14 – and you can join for just that, or continue to participate in monthly sessions if you are coaching another teacher throughout the year.
This program will be directed by Rabbi Zelig Silber for men and Mrs. Blumy Gorowitz for women.
Meanwhile, after graduating close to 100 successful teachers who are now making a difference in classrooms across the country, the Teacher Induction Program (TIP) is about to begin its 7th year. Learn about classroom management, connecting with your students, creating engaging and effective lesson plans that will reach everyone in your class, and helping your students master skills for independent learning!
• Heard about this exciting program for men, but wish there was something out there for Mechanchos, too? Good news – the Teacher Induction Program for women is now opening up community wide, under the leadership of Mrs. Chanah Rose, in addition to Rabbi Zelly Silber’s third year directing the program for men.
• Not exactly a new teacher, but still want to learn? TIP is now accepting teachers in their first 3 years of teaching!
• The new program structure offers a 2 week summer intensive before the school year begins, as a “crash course” to prepare you for the first day of school. For the rest of the year, take advantage of monthly sessions to continue to build your teaching skills, and weekly coaching, one on one, by an experienced and highly trained teacher.
• Will you be teaching “out-of-town” in the fall? You can still take advantage of the summer intensive before you leave Crown Heights, even if you won’t be able to attend the full program!
Wherever you are in your teaching career, MEF can help you take the next step – or leap – forward as you “make Chinuch your Shlichus™.”