With Covid-19 pulling nerves tight, Igud Hamelamdim has created a teachers’ course aimed at fostering resilience and positivity in students, while cultivating a wholesome environment in the classroom.
By Anash.org reporter
As the school year gets under way amid ever-changing and tiresome Covid-19 rules, Igud Hamelamdim has put together a course to help talmidim acquire attitudes and behaviors that will enable them to thrive during this challenging time.
The course is entitled “Empowering Our Talmidim With Positivity And Resilience” and comprises of four webinars for teachers. Topics include teaching emuna and bitachon in the classroom and how to keep a positive mood in challenging times. The course also focuses on how to empower students, encourage them to open up, and teaches how to cultivate a serene environment with wholesome living.
Presenting the course are Rabbi Michoel Gourarie, veteran mechanech and director of BINA in Sydney, Australia, Rabbi Nachman Yosef Twersky, Maggid shiur in Oholei Torah and Crown Heights mashpia, Rabbi Yosef Shagalow, a Chassidishe psychologist and lecturer and Rabbi Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin, an inspirational mashpia who resides in Monsey, NY.
Igud Hamelamdim’s director, Rabbi Avrohom Bluming, shared what motivated him to create this unique course. “As we just begin the year, we aimed for the foundational building blocks a child needs to succeed b’ezras Hashem.”
The course is available to mechanchim and mechanchos everywhere and will be held over four Wednesdays at 8:30 – 9:30 PM, starting this Wednesday, 17 Cheshvan. Registration is required.
To register for the course, visit IgudHamelamdim.org/webinar-register
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