Posts Tagged ‘teacher’

Dr. Michael Berenbaum

Holocaust Denial Presentation

Dr. Michael Berenbaum will be speaking on “Holocaust Denial, Vulgarization and Falsification: It’s not about denial anymore. It’s all the rest that is troubling, from trivialization to overexposure” from 6-8 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 14, at Kochoff Hall AB at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. Berenbaum, an Emmy-award winning producer and consultant — as well as an…

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Detroit Country Day School (DCDS) students smile for the camera. Three students sit in front and two students stand behind as they work on a chemistry project.

Detroit Country Day School Is Building A Vivid Future

Sponsored by Detroit Country Day School How Detroit Country Day School is reinventing the education experience for 21st-century learners through renovated spaces and student-first mentality Schools all over the world struggle to keep up with the rapid evolution of technology, and the changing environment that social media and digital advances have created for students. At…

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Staff at Pepper Elementary in Oak Park participate in a brain break ‘Got Ya.”

Propel To Excel

Jackie Headapohl Managing Editor The Einstein Method helps teachers motivate students to be their best. Allen Einstein and Mel Foster didn’t know each other the day they met at Coco Fairfield’s in Berkley. Sitting in the booth behind him, Mel eavesdropped as Allen, a retired teacher who taught for 32 years in public schools and…

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Julie Fisher PHOTO CREDIT: John Harwick

Parent Whisperer

Sponsored by our community partners Pain Free Life Centers Vivian Henoch Special to the Jewish News Meet Julie Fisher, working on the Federation’s teen mental health initiative. A former high school teacher, now a sought-after speaker and parenting expert as principal consultant at the MJ Fisher Group, Julie Fisher, M.Ed., is a trusted adviser to parents,…

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Dr. Sherman in the Detroit Jewish News 1967 edition.

Sherman Society

Physicians honor a renowned Sinai doctor and teacher. Membership in the Sherman Society doesn’t require a lengthy application, annual dues or celebrity status. All that’s required is a willingness to celebrate “a very special person who trained so many of the Jewish OB-GYN physicians in Metro Detroit,” explains Danny Benjamin, M.D., one of the residents…

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Wayne State University senior Jessica Davidov will head to Israel as a Fulbright scholar.

In A Hurry!

Brittanii Lyons Special to the Jewish News WSU senior plans to teach in Israel as a Fulbright scholar. Acceptance into the Fulbright U.S. Student Program is a nationally recognized achievement. Yet Wayne State University senior Jessica Davidov was surprised to be selected — given that she almost didn’t apply. Encouraged by Wayne State science and…

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Jen Lipson, NJP Nice Jewish Person

Matchmaker, Matchmaker – Jen Lipson

NJP (Nice Jewish Person) Jen Lipson Each month, The Well highlights an amazing (and eligible!) individual. The Well has agreed to share its Q & As with these amazing singles with the JN. This month, The Well has a conversation with NJP Jen Lipson. Q: How did you decide to make your adult life in…

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