Teacher Resources

  1. How to Talk with Children About Scary Topics

    How to Talk with Children About Scary Topics

    Q&A with Child Psychologist and Author Rona Novick

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  2. New Formats Available for Remote Hebrew Learning

    In light of the school closures, we are making it easier for you and your students to access popular Hebrew materials from home. 

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  3. Planning for Offsite Learning?

    We all continue to follow the news and know this is a time of heightened awareness and concern about the health and safety of our families, students, and community.

    As you and your schools heed the directives set forth by the CDC when it comes to preventative measures to stay healthy, we recognize that you may be exploring potential alternate learning experiences should the need arise for school closures.

    Remember that Behrman House offers a variety of digital learning resources to reinforce skills and continue the learning virtually.

    Using

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  4. A Passover Lesson on Freedom to Use Right Now

    A Passover Lesson on Freedom to Use Right Now

    Deepen the holiday learning by focusing on the big ideas to make best use of your limited time and attention spans to create rich learning.

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  5. Explore New Teaching Tools with the Golem Express Plan

    Explore New Teaching Tools with the Golem Express Plan

    This simple, easy-to-budget plan delivers the latest student resources, educator guidebooks, and other creative approaches directly to your door.

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  6. Discover Inspiration and Advice for Teachers in the Themes of Tu BiShevat

    Discover Inspiration and Advice for Teachers in the Themes of Tu BiShevat

    By teaching, we repay our debts to our own teachers, and we keep planting the seeds that nourish the next generation of teachers.

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  7. Best Stories of 2019 for Educators

    End the year with seven of our most popular articles, covering great ideas from icebreakers to madrichim programs to talking with kids about difficult things.

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  8. Ten Minutes of Real Fun with Real Hebrew: Whose Name Is It?

    The more often students are exposed to Hebrew and practice using it, the stronger their language skills will be. Here's a simple, quick activity you can use today!

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  9. This Week's 10 Minutes of Real Fun with Real Hebrew: Circles of Shalom

    Energize your classes this week with a quick, useful activity to learn to say a simple Hebrew greeting

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  10. Kaddish Resources for Pittsburgh Anniversary

    Use with students to supplement the recitation of the Kaddish on this somber anniversary.

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