Tuesday, January 12, 2010
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- New Hayom Yom in Hebrew/Yiddish/English, By Rabbi Eliyahu Touger
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- The Three Sacks of Gold
- The Big Barrel of Wine
- Sarahle, Pick Up the Dime
- The Mystery of the Overturned Inkwell
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Rabbi Wiener has gained a reputation as one of the finest young mechanchim in Chabad today. Rabbi Wiener traces much of his success to the Teacher Training Program that he attended in 5768 at the Menachem Education Foundation.
“I was in the first cohort of the program,” explains Rabbi Wiener. “None of us really knew how it would turn out, but we were pleasantly surprised at the level of sophistication that the program offered. It was an honor for me to be able to come back and share with the guys some of the methods and innovations that I use in my classroom.”
Rabbi Wiener showed the trainees how to use a method known as 1-2-3 Magic to achieve proper discipline in the classroom. He also showed how a little creativity and innovation can go a long way in helping with classroom management.
“Our teachers are shaping the future of Jewish education!” exclaims Rabbi Zalman Shneur, executive director of the Menachem Education Foundation. “Everything that our trainees learn is practical and hands-on; every part of the program is rooted in the practical realities of the classroom, not in some ivory tower.”
The class of 5770 was appreciative of Rabbi Wiener’s visit and lesson. The 3 hour workshop was filled with practical solutions and advice to everyday issues that present themselves in the classroom. According to a current trainee, Rabbi Shua Lustig, “It really showed us how everything we have learned is practical and hands-on, and can be adapted to fit into every classroom. That’s really the value of this program – the hands-on and practical element.”
The Menachem Education Foundation was established to raise the bar of Jewish education. The Foundation believes that the quality of the educator is the most important part of a quality education. The Foundation runs a Teacher Training Program for aspiring educators, The DaniEL Student Teaching Initiative and a Principal Leadership Program for current principals.