Tag Archive: fall

Nov 01

“Days of Awe: Looking inward, taking account” by Janet Tatz, Jewish Educator

[note: this article first appeared in the print and online edition of the Helena Independent Record on Saturday, October 15, 2016] I have just returned home after spending 25 hours in Butte, at the historic B’nai Israel synagogue. I was celebrating Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, the holiest day in the Jewish year. This …

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Aug 22

Gearing up for fall: Classroom tips for multiple abilities

When teaching children of different abilities the most important thing to remember is that “one size DOES NOT fit all” with education. It is OK to make accommodations from a provided program to keep differently abled children engaged and included. The following are suggestions on how to structure a classroom sensitive to children with varying …

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Sep 04

Everywhere… angels!

As we turn the page from summer to fall here on campus, our chapel services will start to focus on stories in the Bible that feature angels—those amazing spiritual messengers of God! While I am sure that the children will miss the excitement of our summer series—mainly because each object lesson was based on a …

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