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Matan’s Jewish Disability Awareness, Acceptance and Inclusion Month (JDAIM) Lesson Plans are designed for Congregational School and Jewish Day School educators.
Updated: Dec. 19, 2018
Fellowship Opportunity: The Matan Bellows Eshkolot Educators Institute for Tanakh and Jewish Studies
Matan is pleased to inform you of an exciting opportunity for aspiring female Jewish educators who are eager to make a positive lasting impact upon the Jewish community: The Bellows Eshkolot Educators Institute for Tanakh and Jewish Studies. In August 2016, Matan opened The Eshkolot Institute to train a cadre of expert female teachers and leaders who are equipped to tackle the specific needs of Jewish schools and their students, and spark passion for Jewish learning, the State of Israel and Am Yisrael. Eshkolot offers current educators and recent college graduates pursuing a career in Jewish education the opportunity to study at Matan’s Jerusalem campus, and an option to earn an MA in Jewish Education from Hebrew University—all within one year.
Updated: Nov. 30, 2016
Are you a woman seeking a career as a teacher of Tanach and Jewish studies? Are you a Tanach teacher eager to inspire passion for Jewish learning in the next generation? Are you yearning to spend a year in Jerusalem? Immerse yourself in Matan’s Bet Midrash, and become a Tanach scholar. Earn an MA in Jewish Education at Hebrew University in only 13 months! Program begins August 29, 2016 – 25 Av 5776.
Updated: Dec. 30, 2015
Are you a Tanakh teacher looking to enrich your skills and knowledge? Are you considering a career in Jewish education? Do you love Tanakh and aspire to learn at an advanced level? This is the summer program for you! Attend Matan’s Advanced Tanakh Summer Institute, a comprehensive and challenging curriculum of Tanakh studies on July 6 – July 16, 2015.
Updated: Mar. 04, 2015
Over 4500 mothers and daughters around the world have participated in Matan's Mother – Daughter Bat Miitzvah Program - 'Jewish Women Through The Ages' since its inception. The program consists of ten sessions during which mothers and daughters together study sources about Jewish women throughout history. The women studied in the program were selected because they embody positive attributes and values from which the girls can learn. Each learning session is accompanied by an experiential activity related to the relevant figure or subject.
Updated: Dec. 18, 2008