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  |  November 26, 2022

What You Teach Matters Less

How to react to a student who says, “I don’t care, do whatever you want, I don’t want to be here anyway”. How can a teacher, with many students, interest a student who seems to have little to no desire in being in the class or participating in the lesson? Rabbi Levi Feldman, creator of The Art of Chinuch training course, explains. Full Story

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much success
July 15, 2022 10:15 am

As the saying goes “people don’t care what you know until they know that you care”. Of course connection with the student is vital for the teacher to teach the student. However it begins with the teacher being connected and at peace with himself. That is the starting point. Glad these important ideals are being discussed.

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July 15, 2022 12:47 pm

How many people do you know, including yourself, who are truly connected and at peace with themselves? I agree that’s an ideal, but not a starting point.

I think R. Feldman’s approach is a solid improvement to what’s generally offered in the classroom

took it
July 15, 2022 5:37 pm

and it improved my teaching drasticly!
very worth it

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