Judd Kruger Levingston
Essential Ingredients in Education:
Skills, Content, and Values : Some of the liveliest debates in Jewish school board meetings center on the articulation of a school’s mission: to ensure content knowledge, to ensure skill with Jewish liturgy and language, or both.
A Learning Community’s Adult Members: Each adult constituency in the school—new teachers, veteran teachers, parents, trustees—requires specifically designed learning activities that reflect sound learning principles.
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