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Category Archives: 21st Century Learning
This is our third year of publishing the “Grade Equivalent Scores” for the Iowa Test of Basic Skills or ITBS – the standardized test we take annually at the Martin J. Gottlieb Day School. We did not have comparison data … Continue reading
After making transparent the results of my own evaluation by both myself and my faculty, it is time to turn to our other annual survey: the Annual Parent Survey. [For comparison sake, you are welcome to explore last year's reflection.] I … Continue reading
There is no criteria I can think of that would not conclude that this week’s edJEWcon 5773.1 was anything other than an unqualified success. And I do not want to duplicate the amazing curatorial efforts of my colleagues and present … Continue reading
Despite the excitement and time crunch as we sit on the beginning of a weekend that will end with edJEWcon 5773.1, the regular business of school surely continues! And so, with a likely pause next week for an appropriate edJEWcon … Continue reading
There is a Hebrew expression often used in Jewish educational settings known as a dugma ishit - a personal example. We remind ourselves as leaders and our students (or campers or youth group members) of what it means to be a … Continue reading
Who was the smart guy who didn’t build a travel day into this year’s Passover Break? This guy! It has been quite a short week recovering from Passover and preparing for a tremendous amount of important events and programs to … Continue reading
You know what? Enough about me! How about this week, we take a trip through the MJGDS Blogosphere and kvell about some of the excellent projects our students and teachers are engaged in. Perhaps it is too much to expect folk … Continue reading
I recently returned from the annual North American Jewish Day School Conference, held this year in Washington, D.C. It was a wonderful experience, and you can click here for links to the conference. You can click here (even if you … Continue reading
This is a very exciting weekend! Our Kindergarten has its annual Shabbat Service & Dinner this evening. First Grade has its annual Consecration tomorrow morning during Shabbat services. In our local community, we will be participating in Federation’s annual Super … Continue reading