Shluchos from around the world joined the Chabad Early Childhood preschool empowerment luncheon over the Kinus Hashluchos for an inspirational and educational event.
Every year, Chabad Early Childhood, the international network serving Chabad preschools on Shlichus, hosts a luncheon at the Shluchim Office for Shluchos who are involved in preschools. This annual highlight is a unique opportunity to focus on the role, skills and growth of preschool directors and staff.
“Listening to Tamar gave me incredible insight and practical tools on educational philosophy,” shared Mrs. Mushky Glitsenstein, Shlucha to Royal Oak, MI. “Walking out, I feel like I have the knowledge and confidence to answer parents’ questions that I struggled with before.” The Shluchos participated in an interactive workshop with Parsha Pegs designer Mrs. Chana Feldman and discovered a new teaching modal on visible thinking presented by early childhood specialist, Dr. Tamar Andrews. In addition to both presentations, the Shluchos enjoyed a beautiful lunch together, socializing and networking with each other.
“The CEC luncheon was such a pleasure to be a part of,” shared Mrs. Rivkah Wineberg, Shlucha to Long Island City, NY. “From the educational craft to the swag and the super knowledgeable educational director who shared so much food for thought, so much thought and detail was put into making it a special event for preschool directors to connect, enjoy and grow!”
After many requests, Chabad Early Childhood invites all directors to join a webinar with Dr. Tamar Andrews to delve deeper into the topic of visible thinking and learn the skills to incorporate it into their preschool.
The event will be taking place on Monday, 13 Adar 1 / February 14 at 12:15PM EST. Shluchos can pre-register by emailing [email protected]
For more information about Chabad Early Childhood, visit chabadearlychildhood.com.
Chabad Early Childhood is a project of the Shluchim Office, supported by the Walder Foundation.
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