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Join Us at the Annual Dinner
December 8, 2019
Join us December 8 at the Holiday Inn & Suites Chicago Northshore recognizing Northwest Home for the Aged and Park Plaza Jewish Senior Living Community with the Crain-Maling Pillar of Education Award and honoring the 2019 Hartman Educator of the Year Awardees.
I’ve been teaching for 35 years B”H, and because of the station rotation course this year, I left my comfort zone. My students were more motivated to learn. The knew their next assignment, and I was able to listen and teach kriah to four girls at a time, which is a tremendous benefit.
Sarah Leah Grinblatt, 2nd grade teacher, Arie Crown Hebrew Day School
I’ve had the good fortune to be mentored by several of the expert educators at ATT from the very beginning of my teaching career and have benefited unmeasurably as a result. Together with the various courses from the ATT in which I’ve had the opportunity to take part, I’d say that literally every facet of my teaching has been affected by our continuing partnership.
After attending a PD class entitled Mission Impossible: Teaching Students to Follow Directions, I was amazed to find how helpful it was to learn different ways to teach different learners.
Alison Fink, 2nd grade teacher at Hillel Torah North Suburban Day School
Seeing the students come so willing to to their sessions and so eager to get the extra help they may need makes me realize just how valuable REACH is as a resource in the school.
Sori Estersohn, REACH at Bais Yaakov High School
I participated in EPIC this year, and it was incredible. My mentor was knowledgeable and experienced. She gave me useful advice and taught me practical tools that I now use in my classroom. My students benefited from the changes.