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The Benefits of Failure

by Eliyah Eisenman, Keneseth Israel On January 9th from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm on zoom, we had a meeting with comedian Pam Schuller who taught us that failure isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Pam is a successful stand up comedian who also works with teens to educate others and help destigmatize mental illness through Project Hear Now. On the Hear Now website, they have many articles and a range of topics like representation of LGBTQ+, consent, mental health, being tired, bullying, family issues, the influence of technology, etc. In our meeting, she specifically tried to share the message that [...]

By |February 14th, 2023|Categories: TAP|0 Comments

The Joy of Hands-On Learning

by Miranda Eisenstein, Old York Road – Beth Am Today we learned how hands on learning can be beneficial to teaching children. With games, movement, and fidgets a student’s retention of the information can be longer and they can be excited about learning. When we first came into the meeting, we met our guest speaker, and began speaking about why hands-on learning is important. As we have spoken about previously, different people have different learning styles. Each of these learning styles have different ways of teaching that they will respond best to. Each visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learner can respond [...]

By |February 1st, 2023|Categories: TAP|0 Comments