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Episode XXIII: Training Feivel
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The teachers' manual "The People of Israel are Alive" is being tested in the eighth grade class of the Ohr Avner Chabad-Lubavitch Day School in Dneprodzerzhinsk, Russia
It was a fundamental shift of mindset: we had always assumed we would delegate educational decisions to trained professionals, and enrich our children’s lives around the edges. Now, we were it...
An Interview with Rebbetzin Leah Kohn
You can’t do your job as a mother, as a wife, if you’re single, or as a member of a community, and live Jewishly, properly, if you’re not inspired yourself, if you don’t know what it is all about.
A New Wave in Educating Jewish Women
Torah learning for Jewish women has been revolutionized. No longer must women strive to learn as men, but rather women are now revealing and celebrating their own unique ability to learn as women.
Compliments are rare. My critics are not shy and freely express their displeasure with my work. At the end of the day, I feel drained to my last drop of energy. So why do I bother teaching?
"Gate of Reincarnations": Chapter Ten, Section 1
Kabbalah explains father/son and teacher/student bonds
The goodness the king gives to his people reflects his exaltedness.
The goodness the king gives to his people reflects his exaltedness.
Rabbi Shmarya Katzen was a beloved teacher for close to five decades. After becoming observant in the 1960s and spending several years in yeshivas, he began to think about his life ahead. The Rebbe encouraged him to take an aptitude test to discover how t...
Four applications based on the teachings of the Rebbe
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