Judaica- A Jewish classroom must have Judaica displayed! In my classroom I have a class “museum” with Judaica items for Shabbat, Tefillin, talit, tzedakah, and many other holiday items. Children are curious, ask questions, bring their personal items for temporary display and learn indirectly.
Library- we are, after all, the “people of the book”- we need to imbed this value in our students by having an age appropriate book collection and by constantly encouraging them to use and enjoy it. (Class book exchange is a great practice).
As a Hebrew teacher in a Jewish day school, I am charged with the challenge, duty, responsibility and privilege of teaching and inspiring young Jewish children. To do so well, a Jewish teacher and educator, must have a sense of calling, ever growing knowledge, talent, organizational skills, creativity and imagination. Oh, and one more, important, thing: a classroom!classroom