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It’s no secret that Shavuot is Sefaria’s favorite holiday. While the ways we encounter Torah may be different this year, our passion for learning remains. Sefaria’s Learning Department has been gathering resources to help you prepare for Shavuot with your students and community.
Updated: May. 18, 2020
Chanukah celebrates the miracle of the oil that burned in the Temple for eight nights. The oppression of the Syrian Greeks included a ban on Torah study and the flames that burned in the wake of the Maccabees' victory signified a return to the open study of Torah. As you celebrate and spread the light of Torah, we hope you find these resources from Sefaria helpful.
Updated: Dec. 18, 2019
In this article, the authors describe and discuss applications of the Group-Level Assessment/Understanding (GLA/GLU) process, an innovative participatory action research methodology. The authors first describe the GLA/GLU application in the Mandel Teacher Educator Institute (MTEI) and the creation of an MTEI interpretive community to deeply analyze the collected data. The authors then describe adaptations of the process in their home communities to address community-identified dilemmas, tensions, and problems. The article concludes with reflections on common themes that emerged in the GLA/GLU applications–shared power, risk-taking, and methodological innovation.
Updated: Jul. 07, 2019
Sefaria is proud to announce the addition of nearly 1,500 of Nechama's source sheets to our library. Sefaria hopes That Jewish educators will explore these materials and that find ample opportunity lilmod ulelamed - to learn from Nechama Leibowitz's Torah and teach it to their students.
Updated: May. 21, 2019
Many of you will be spending the month of Elul preparing yourselves spiritually, practically, and intellectually for the upcoming new year. Sefaria is here to help with a variety of texts, sheets, and other resources for you to explore.
Updated: Aug. 29, 2018