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Middot Through Media – A Pathway to Character Development

What character traits enable a human being to find within himself the courage to risk his life for the sake of others? This is only one of many questions discussed in an exciting, interactive class that catapults high school seniors into a deep exploration of their own character and what it means to achieve a “life well-lived.” During high school

By: Rabbi Dr. Moshe Drelich from Sar High School

Grade(s): 9, 10, 11, 12, High school

Subject(s) of entry: English/ Writing/ Language Arts

Pedagogy: Blended Learning

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Towards an Environment of Personalization: The Academic Coaches Program

The Academic Coaches program connects each student to one caring, natural adult mentor in the school building able to provide both academic support and a more personal account of student development to other teachers and administration, while helping students develop goals and foster their own self advocacy skills.

By: David Teller from Fuchs Mizrachi School

Grade(s): 9, High school

Subject(s) of entry: Philosophy/ Values/ Ethics/ Hashkafa

Pedagogy: Constructivist

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Technology Awareness Workshop

This mandatory workshop for the eighth graders is done with small groups of 11-14 girls during lunch semi-weekly. The goal is to educate and discuss the impact that the internet and new technology has on our lives in order to empower the girls to be able to make better, more responsible choices presently and in the future.

By: Mrs. Maya Kuritsky from Torah Academy for Girls

Grade(s): 7, 8, Middle school

Subject(s) of entry: Values and Life Integration

Pedagogy: IBL - inquiry based learning, 21st Century Skills

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