This summer, in partnership with Avi Chai, we are excited to bring our award winning training and coaching program to day schools and yeshivas in NY and NJ. Our programs transform educators’ confidence and skills in teaching a range of students, especially those with academic, social or behavioral challenges. Judaic and secular studies teachers, administrators, guidance and special services faculty are all welcome.

Registration is now closed.

The 4-day course is being presented  to educators free of charge with the financial support of Avi Chai.

TWO DATES AND LOCATIONS FOR YOU TO CHOSE FROM:  

DATE: July 9, 10, 16 & 17  9:30am-4:00pm   

LOCATION: Moriah School, Englewood, NJ    

OR         

DATE: July 30, 31 & August 6, 7 9:30am-4:00pm   

LOCATION:     Stella K Abraham High School for Girls,  Hewlett, NY                                         

Registration is open only to participants that can attend all four days.

Space is limited and will be allocated on a first come basis.

A strictly kosher lunch will be provided.

Learning

We are grateful to Avi Chai  for sponsoring our 4-day Learning Lenses courses this summer that will take faculty on a deep dive into the core of our curriculum.

Neurodevelopmental Lens: A neuro-developmental understanding of learning  including topics such as attention, memory, social skills, language, higher order thinking and sequencing.

Ecological Lens: the ways in which the child’s home life, classroom culture and community impact their experience.

Temperamental Lens: identifying, understanding and celebrating components of a child’s innate personality.

Collaborative Problem Solving: a process for collaborating with students to jointly solve problems that are affecting school performance.

As faculty are trained they learn about a framework for enhancing understanding of their student’s strengths and challenges and emerge with a deeper understanding of learning and behavior and a new shared language. They also acquire a robust tool-kit of strategies, and a hopeful stance in reaching a range of students, including those who struggle.

Space is limited.

Registration is now closed.

For more information, please contact Sara Diament, Director of School Services 212-767-7707 / Sara@HiddenSparks.org