Before Pesach, the Moriah Lower School hosted its first Educator’s Experience, where educators from across the Tri-State area who were interested in learning about the school’s Personalized Learning Model came for a visit. They wanted to see, in action, how Moriah meets the needs of every learner, how its
A magical storm threatens a ship full of royal passengers and chaos ensues. It is an exciting way to hook an audience. Participants in the third annual Envision Shakespeare competition, hosted this year by TABC, were tasked with interpreting the first scene of “The Tempest,” which begins exactly that way. Envision
On Thursday, March 30, Ben Porat Yosef students participated in an egg drop engineering packaging challenge. This experiential day of learning was part of BPY’s unique discovery learning approach, which provides students with the opportunity to combine critical thinking, creativity and imagination to
On March 28, the seventh grade girls of the Rosenbaum Yeshiva “followed the yellow brick road” as they performed הקוסם מארץ עוץ , an original Hebrew production of “The Wizard of Oz.” The students have spent the past two months rehearsing their lines, designing scenery, creating
The children of Gan Yaldenu in Teaneck participated in a model Seder. Each class in the gan prepared food for the meal. The children recited the four questions, read from their very own haggadahs and participated in the search for the afikoman.
In Morah Yonina Ciner’s science class, Yeshivat Noam third grade students have been learning about the chemical and physical changes of matter and the unique characteristics of each. The students were challenged to make changes to seven types of matter and explain if their changes were chemical
Fifth grade girls at RYNJ paired up with SINAI students to create a personalized
Kos Eliyahu for the Seder.
In preparation for Pesach, preschool and elementary students at Lubavitch on the Palisades participated in model Seders. Children learned about the Pesach traditions and practiced the rituals of the Seder. Each Seder was infused with joy through song and dance.
Students at the Bergen County High School of Jewish Studies met with a visiting Young Leadership delegation from the school’s sister city, Nahariya, Israel. The delegation joined classrooms and led various activities, including an Israel Jeopardy game; Youth2gether, an activity about the differences and similarities between