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חזקו את החוסן של התלמידים.ות בכיתת העברית

יצירת אקלים כיתתי חיובי ותחושת שייכות מחזקים את החוסן של התלמידים.ות שלנו. דונו עם התלמידים.ות, בהתאם לרמתם.ן בעברית, על קבוצות השייכות שלהם.ן באופן כללי (משפחה, ספורט, בית כנסת, חוגים, ועוד) ועל קבוצות שייכות נוספות שתיצרו בכיתה (לפי שאלות כגון: גלידה או עוגת שוקולד? הארי פוטר או פרסי ג’קסון?). הכריזו על הכיתה כקבוצה ובקשו מהתלמידים.ות לתת דוגמות של חוקי הקבוצה/כיתה המשותפת. 

על פי מכון מופ”ת, פרקטיקות של חוסן בימי שגרה 

Strengthen students’ resilience in the Hebrew classroom 

Promoting a positive classroom climate and a sense of belonging strengthens students’ resilience. Discuss with your students the different groups they feel they belong to (family, sports, synagogue/temple, afterschool activities, and more) and other ad-hoc groups created during class (based on questions such as ice-cream or chocolate cake? Harry Potter or Persey Jackson? and more). Proclaim the class “one group” and ask the students to give examples of the group/class rules. Adapt the discussion to your students’ Hebrew levels. 

Based on The Mofet Institute, Everyday Practices of Resilience 

Hitkadmut: The Annual Hebrew Language Educators Conference

RESCHEDULED – New Dates: January 28-29, 2024
Make certain your Hebrew teachers, Hebrew leaders, and school leaders join us for the annual professional conference that is propelling the field forward. View more information about this virtual gathering.

2023 State of the Field of Hebrew Language Education Report


We are excited to share the new 2023 State of the Field Report: Hebrew Education in North American Jewish Day Schools.

This report brings together significant work of partners and stakeholders to better understand, recognize and leverage advancements in Hebrew education throughout our field. The 37-page report features aggregated and curated knowledge acquired from our field over the past 12 months.

Our hope is to amplify this collective knowledge, making it available to as many people as possible and ensuring that Hebrew education is a valuable part of the conversation around Jewish education in North America.

Join Hebrew teachers, Hebrew leaders, and other school leaders for an intensive, virtual conference on Sunday, April 3, 11:30 – 3:30 EDT. 

Click here for more information and to register