Keeping the Balance - Teaching General Studies in Yeshivas

An orientation for teachers entering the Yeshiva system
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Translate your experience teaching in other schools to be a dynamic and successful Yeshiva teacher


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Whether you are new to teaching or experienced in education, you are in for a learning experience teaching in a Yeshiva setting. Join us as we outline some of the cultural and environmental differences that make this a challenging setting as well as may best practices that will allow you to succeed in molding bright young men for a promising future.

Who this course is for:

  • Teacher with any level of experience who are teching General Studies in a Yeshiva setting

Course content

7 sections17 lectures1h 16m total length
  • Introduction


Educator and Multimedia Specialist
Rabbi Azriel Blumberg
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Having worked in the secular studies departments of Yeshivos since 2003, as a teacher and principal, I have come to value the importance of communication, organization and proper training.  These can often be accomplished via the use of technology much more efficiently and in a much more cost-effective way than the traditional methods.  I look forward to bringing these methods to Yeshivos and other small schools so students, administration and teachers can accomplish big-school objectives in a smaller school setting and succeed in accomplishing their core mission.