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From the day it first opened its doors in 1895, Gratz College has been recognized as a teacher’s college, and has trained some of the finest teachers in America.  One of the great Gratz JCHS traditions is learning to become a Hebrew School teacher.  In this course, you will learn how to design...

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Semester: Weekly on Sundays. This course can be taken for college credit.

This course introduces effective principles of learner-centered learning assessment practices. Course content focuses on predicting, understanding, and managing the critical relationship between teaching, learning, and assessment. Course topics emphasize the application of assessment theory and...

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Semester: Summer B: June 19 - August 13

This course explores assessment practices used for, of, and as learning.  Participants will gain the tools needed to create comprehensive assessments, as well as the knowledge necessary to navigate the ever-changing world of educational assessment. This course will take place on-line in Spring A...

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Semester: Spring A: January 2- February 26

One of the best things we can do for our students is to get their parents to park their cars and come be part of a shared Jewish educational experience. How do we go beyond class Shabbat dinners, family Hanukkah programs, and Purim carnivals to really make parents our partners?

Semester: Begins July 23

Realizing the foundational role structure, procedure, and routine play in the learning process, this course offers strategies to ensure the emotional and physical safety of all learners. It will also focus on classroom management techniques that will meet the needs of differentiated learners,...

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Semester: Summer B: June 19 - August 13

An examination and analysis of the ethical and legal issues peculiar to Jewish education institutions and their relationship to those commonly found in secular institutions. This course will utilize case studies of current issues and their application to individual student experiences. (Jewish...

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Semester: Summer A: April 24 - June 18

Little kids (and not-so-little kids!) ask big questions that relate to God, faith, and the universe. We know many teachers are uncertain how to navigate those deep, important conversations. This course - which will be taught from a pluralistic Jewish perspective - won't give you generic answers...

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This course explores the theoretical foundations and practical applications of studies in creativity; topics include an overview of the leading creativity theorists and their respective methods for studying creativity.  The course also highlights the major debates within the field including...

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Semester: Online Fall Semester A: August 22 to October 23

This course explores the theoretical foundations and practical applications of studies in creativity; topics include an overview of the leading creativity theorists and their respective methods for studying creativity. The course also highlights the major debates within the field including...

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Semester: Fall A: August 22-October 23.

Though often studied as stand-alone events, the Armenian Genocide and the Holocaust have a fascinating and frightening relationship to each other. By exploring the basic facts and the critical issues associated with each genocide, we will seek to determine what they have in common, how they...

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Semester: Summer A: April 24 – June 18, 2018

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