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July 8, 2019

5th Annual Course in Israel

Our 5th annual course in Israel kicked off this week with 23 educators from 9 participating schools. Since our expansion into Israel in 2015 we have …

June 21, 2019

Training in Miami a First

With support from the Center for Initiative in Jewish Education, Hidden Sparks brought its award-winning Learning Lenses course to day schools in the greater Miami area …

May 17, 2019

Exciting Collaboration with the Avi Chai Foundation

Hidden Sparks is excited to announce a new collaboration with the Avi Chai Foundation. The foundation will be supporting the presentation of two Learning Lenses courses …

May 17, 2019

Leadership Program Launches

Hidden Sparks School Leader program launched this spring with a cohort of 12 administrators from  schools including Bais Yaakov Boro Park, North Shore Hebrew Academy, Rabbi …

February 20, 2019

High Demand Results in Two Cohorts this Winter

With higher than even levels of demand for school participation, this year, Hidden Sparks is holding two Learning Lenses Courses this winter for school faculty training …

February 12, 2019

Annual Retreat is Largest Ever

On February 6th, over 100 educators came together for the Hidden Sparks retreat, featuring famed educator, Dr. John D’Auria. The theme of the day was Coaching …

October 26, 2018

NJ Jewish Link Features Webinar Program

New Jersey’s Jewish Link featured Hidden Spark’s webinar program, HSWOW, which is kicking off next week. Free to educators and parents, this year’s series includes a …

September 26, 2018

Schools Kick Off Year with HS Workshops

Participating schools in NY and FL kicked off their schools year with faculty workshops led by Hidden Sparks coaches and facilitators. Presentations on topics such as …

July 9, 2018

4th Annual Learning Lenses Israel

Our 4th annual Learning Lenses course is underway in Israel, being hosted in Mae Boyar High School. Teacher teams from 10 schools in Jerusalem, Lod, Ramle, …

June 5, 2018

Training Certified by Israeli Ministry of Education

The Misrad HaChinuch has certified that all components of Hidden Sparks training are eligible for continuing education credits. Participating teachers can earn up to 60 credits …