This week we focus on teens in the high school years with an extremely seasoned educator, Rabbi Eliezer Rubin. This episode is an absolute must listen, because of Rabbi Rubin's vast vas wisdom and insight into the teenage years, for both parents and educators.
You will learn about:
A new challenge with parenting teens.
A fundamental approach towards parenting teens.
A fascinating take on the difference between 9/10 and 11/12th graders
How to deal with defiance, apathy, Tefillah and so much more at this age.
Rabbi Rubin has so many years of experience, and this experience shows throughout this episode, especially at 1 hour 13 min in, with an extremely important take within parenting. I am so excited to share this episode with you, and can’t wait to hear your feedback.
Rabbi Rubin began his career in Israel, where he studied at Yeshivat Mercaz HaRav before receiving semicha from the Chief Rabbinate of Israel. In addition to teaching many young men and women at Israeli yeshivot and seminaries for their gap year, he served as an officer in Tzahal and as Chaplain of the renowned 13th Brigade (Golani).
Rabbi Eliezer Rubin is currently the Head of School at The Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy/Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School in Livingston, NJ, as well as the principal of the high school.
Prior to leading JKHA/RKYHS, Rabbi Rubin enjoyed an 18-year-long career at the Ramaz School, where he served as Headmaster of both the Lower and Middle Schools, as well as Dean of the Upper School—a distinction that is exceedingly rare in Jewish or secular education. At Congregation Kehillat Jeshurun, his Shabbat shiurim and other lectures routinely attracted scores of enthusiastic teens and adults from all parts of Manhattan. Rabbi Rubin earned two Masters degrees, one in Administration and Leadership from New York University, as well as a Masters in Jewish Studies from Touro College
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