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Sur le côté, il y a divers options. S’il vous plaît choisissez votre niveau et numéro de session avant de choisir votre catégorie car il y a des ateliers qui sont différents selon la session. N’oubliez pas de noter le titre et catégorie des deux ateliers qui vous intérressent car cela facilitera votre inscription. Quand vous êtes prête, cliquez sur le bouton pour l’inscription au dessous de la page. On a hâte de vous voir bientôt!
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Lesson Design to Maximize Learning and Minimize Disruption
December 11, 2017 @ 9:20 am - 10:50 am
Shira Loewenstein, Director of Leadership Development at Prizmah: Center for Jewish Day Schools
In this workshop we will look at various ways to structure an upper school classroom to ensure that we are spending the maximum amount of time teaching and the students are learning. We will talk about common disruptions and how to minimize them in your classroom. Teachers should bring a lesson plan that they would like to work on developing to this workshop.
*TEACHERS MUST BRING A SAMPLE LESSON PLAN*
Shira works with schools to develop systems of support for new teachers, support school leaders, and improve classroom instruction. She is the director of the YOU Lead and HOSPEP programs, and spearheads a school accreditation department. Shira is particularly interested in pedagogical practices of all teachers, thinking about how kids think, and helping teachers grow as leaders. She spent 10 years as a classroom teacher, from first to eighth grade, specializing in math, science, Mishnah, and Tanakh. Prior to joining Prizmah, Shira worked at YUSP as the associate director of teaching and learning, and was also part of the Delet program, where she worked to educate and mentor pre-service teachers at Brandeis University and Hebrew Union College. She has a master’s degree from Brandeis and is finishing her dissertation from Yeshiva University’s doctoral program for Jewish education and administration.