Four EdTech Tools for Creative Parsha Projects


Source: DigitalJLearning Network

The DigitalJLearning Network brings you EdTech tools you can use for helping students to learn Torah, specifically the weekly parsha. With these tools, students will be able to demonstrate their understanding of the parsha in a more interactive, creative way. You can also personalize instruction for these “parsha projects” by allowing students to choose which tool(s) will work best for them.

This tool is great for digital storytelling. Students can create a multimedia interactive poster about the parsha with embedded text, video, audio, images, and more.

Explain Everything
If you want your students to become independent parsha teachers, then this tool is for you. It’s an interactive whiteboard where students can create a multimedia presentation. They’ll be able to teach the whole parsha or focus in on a particular lesson and share that with their peers.

Book Creator
With this app, students can create interactive storybooks about the parasha. Its simplicity makes it a great option for younger grades. Young learners will be able to practice putting events in sequence as they create a short book about the parsha.

If you want students to focus on character development in the weekly Torah portion, then this is a great tool for your classroom, which has numerous different cartoon people they can use in their animations.  

Updated: Feb. 12, 2018