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Thursday, June 18, 2009

Special Announcement: Program to Inspire the Next Generation of Jewish Educators, HEMSHECH

The Jewish Educational Services division of the UJA Federation of Northern New Jersey (UJANNJ) has a program to inspire the next generation of Jewish educators. The program is called HEMSHECH (i.e. continuation) and is an elective course for motivated candidates who wish to become a Jewish teacher (e.g. those who tutor younger students, run a Shabbat group, or work as a camp counselor). In the course these topics are discussed:

-classroom management

-lesson planning and

-active learning instructional techniques

In addition, HEMSHECH participants

-Observe classroom teachers in action in area Day Schools

-Visit North New Jersey’s own Jewish Teachers’ Center

-View teacher educator videos

-Create and teach their own teaching game and lesson

-Upon successful completion of the course students receive a Certificate of Achievement from Jewish Educational Services of the UJANNJ.

To learn more about HEMSHECH contact Minna H. Heilpern at .

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