PUBLIC SPEAKING FOR REBBEIM For Rebbeim of all grades Monday, October 25, 2021, 7:30 – 9:00 pm (1/4 credit) Location: In person at the Associated Talmud Torahs, 3531 Madison, Skokie Presented by: Rabbi Henoch Plotnik, Yeshivas Kesser Yonah Zoom option: To join the zoom meeting, https://us06web.zoom.us/j/3582217232?pwd=UUVrK05XK0dXeTFaQXluQU5hNkZUdz09 Meeting ID: 358 221 7232 Passcode: 18 +13126266799,,3582217232# US (Chicago)
NOW WHAT? ADDRESSING OUR STUDENTS’ EMERGING NEEDS WITHIN THE NEW NORMAL For ALL TEACHERS of all grades Wednesday, October 27, 2021, 8:30 – 9:30 pm (1/4 credit) Location: In person at the Associated Talmud Torahs, 3531 Madison, Skokie Presented by: Mrs. Debbie Cardash, LCSW, Consultative Director of School Based Social Work Services, REACH
Professional development for Judaic and general studies teachers
We offer a series of methodology and education courses, seminars and in-service programs for teachers already in the ATT school system as well as for students who are preparing for the field of Jewish education. The courses offered by the department are credited towards meeting the Professional Growth Requirements, the ATT Teacher’s License and the Advanced Teacher’s Certificate.
Our courses feature cutting-edge pedagogical, as well as social, emotional and behavioral methods to empower our teachers to be lifelong learners. Course instructors are local, from the ATT system, as well as renowned national and international speakers. Courses range from one session instructional hours to year-long small group programs.
Department of Teacher Education & Development
The ATT conducts hundreds of professional development workshops throughout the year for over 700 teachers in the ATT day school system through the Arthur H. & Alice Barbakoff Department of Teacher Education & Development. Courses range from one-day conference, to intensive year-long seminars where teachers are eligible for a stipend.
Classes are for teachers in all areas of instruction and methodology, including early childhood, Judaic and general studies classes.
Courses are credited towards meeting the professional development requirements of ATT teachers, the ATT Teacher’s License
The cornerstone program of our professional development series is our annual Rabbi Dr. Leonard C. Mishkin Teachers Educational Conference, bringing together over 500 teachers to hear from locally and nationally renowned presenters.