Monthly Archives: May 2012

Keep Climbing

A great day of teaching! This morning I did a lot of music and motion! I believe I burned a lot of calories! I used Rick Recht’s and Sheldon Lowe’s “Na laKum” for the first time. It promotes a lot … Continue reading

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Revelation

It is amazing how a synagogue service can stay with you for several days. I was invited to participate in a Shavuot service at Temple Beth Orr in Coral Springs. It was a very moving service from seeing all of … Continue reading

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Making A Difference

I usually know that I make a difference in my students’ lives, but I still always question it. I want my children and adults to love being Jewish. You will see in my previous blogs that I try through music, … Continue reading

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Winding Down

The school year is winding down. I can’t believe we are nearing the end. It has been a tough year for me, but work wise, it has been very good. I always feel like I am still learning how to … Continue reading

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My Gut Feeling

Wednesday night I had not idea what I wanted to do at one of my ECC schools regarding Judaic Studies. I looked through my collection of books and came across one that I never used before called, “Who Is the … Continue reading

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