Today we had the distinct pleasure of hosting a live Google Hangout on Air with Rabbi Netanel Gralla, Head of School at Yeshivat He'Atid in Bergenfield, NJ. During our 45 minutes together, he thoroughly explained how a rotation model works, especially in lower grades, and what it takes for a school culture to support this blended learning model.
About the Speaker: Rabbi Netanel Gralla served as Director of Special Services at Davis Renov Stahler Yeshiva High School for Boys (DRS) in Woodmere, NY. During his nine years at DRS, he has worked hands-on with students while also developing interactive and engaging curricula, as well as mentoring teachers on the best strategies to use when working with students with learning disabilities. He previously worked as a rebbi at MTA and Central (Yeshiva University High School for Girls). Rabbi Gralla brings to Yeshivat He’Atid technological savvy and a deep understanding of how each individual student learns best, along with the heart, soul, and personal touch that is so critical to a 21st Century School. Rabbi Gralla holds a Master’s degrees in Administration and Leadership of Educational Institutions, with a specialization in curriculum design from AI University. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Yeshiva University where he studied Speech and Business Administration, and he is a graduate of YU’s RIETS Kollel.