What do you do with that student who just won’t focus? Or the one who gets everything in ten minutes and is bored the rest of the lesson? How about the child who derails the lesson with endless questions?
What type of assessment will really tell me what the students know?
I’ve heard about thematic learning. Is that really practical?
Great teachers know that there is always more to learn about teaching. Especially in a high-quality course offered by Bais Rivkah Seminary.
Following the overwhelming success of the Practicum course taught by Rabbi Sputz in the fall, and in response to requests from teachers out of town, Bais Rivkah DHL is taking teacher training to the next level.
Starting tonight, a new course will be offered ONLINE, giving teachers around the world the opportunity to study without being limited to a certain day, time or place. It will be a weekly interactive class for 8 weeks, beginning the week of March 19 and ending the week of May 26.
The course will be taught by Professor Ilana Turetsky, a popular professor at Azrieli Graduate school of Education. This course will focus on:
– Organizing and developing units
– Large vs. small group instruction
– Individual learning styles and differences
– Testing and Screening
– How to Evaluate Student’s work
Each lecture will be available online for a full week. Each class will have a follow up hands on assignment.
DON’T MISS OUT!
For more information and for registration, please contact Beth Rivkah at 718-735-0400 ext. 1129 or 1291. You can also email [email protected]