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Continuing Education and Professional Development

Continuing Education and Professional Development

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Lifelong learning is a hallmark of Jewish education. Educators, school professionals and lay leaders – working on behalf of Jewish day school students – gain from ongoing professional development. It inspires our self-reflection. It broadens our knowledge base. It allows us to raise the bar for excellence in Jewish education.

Whether you are a teacher, administrator, support coordinator or a lay leader – the Institute offers online and onsite professional development targeted to meet your needs. Areas of professional development include but are not limited to: leadership training, planning and performance improvement, social-emotional skill building, enhancing Jewish studies, differentiated instruction and interactive classroom media.

Our presenters and consultants have considerable expertise not only in their content areas but specifically in how it applies within a Jewish day school setting. The distinguished faculty of the Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration, as well as many partnering expert consultants and professionals, provide research-based strategies and techniques that are proven and practical.

Please download the attached document for our 2011 Spring Semester Continuing Education Program

Download this file (SpringWebinarsforweb.pdf)Spring Webinars [Spring 2011 Continuing Education Program] 9138 Kb


webinarThe Institute offers many webinars that provide expert professional development and continued education.


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If you have questions about Learning and Professional Development services please contact Naava Frank, Director of Learning and Professional Development, at [email protected] or 212-960-5400 ext. 6074. Or feel free to contact Eitan Novick, Project Manager, at [email protected] or 212-960-5400 ext. 6684.

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