Visual Learning and Visual Teaching in the Chumash Classroom

Strategies for teaching visual learners and strategies for teaching visual thinking to all learners in the Chumash classroom.  
What is a visual learner? What is visual thinking?  This interactive webinar will demonstrate examples of visual learning to address reading comprehension, second language learning, and content study.

About the webinar

While children today learn far more visually than they did in the past, teachers still wish to convey to their students the richness and power of the Chumash text. One way to bridge the gap is by utilizing visual learning. What is a visual learner? What is visual thinking?

This hour-long interactive webinar will demonstrate examples of visual learning to address reading comprehension, second language learning, and content study. We will address strategies for teaching visual learners and strategies for teaching visual thinking to all learners. Together, we’ll find exciting ways to apply these skills in the Chumash classroom.  

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About the Instructor

Ellie Bach Gellman has been an educator for more than 40 years. Originally from Minnesota, she worked in Jewish education and Special Education in several cities in the US and Canada before making Aliyah 25 years ago. She now lives in Jerusalem, where she taught in her neighborhood school and worked as the school librarian. Ellie continues to develop curriculum projects for Jewish schools in Israel and the diaspora. She is the author of 7 Jewish childrens’ books and the 1996 recipient of the Covenant Award for Jewish Education.

WEBINAR features

Audience : Elementary & Middle School J.S. Teachers
Webinar Structure : Live Webinar - 1 hour
Language : English
Webinar fee : $150 per school

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