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Dina Kraft writes about a slew of new smartphone apps that serve the Jewish observance and educational needs. There are now dozens of apps developed for mobile devices that range from finding the closest Kosher restaurant to teaching preschoolers how to write their Aleph Bet and more are being released every month.
Updated: Sep. 12, 2012
An online learning course for teachers interested in teaching Hebrew through Movement has now launched. Ten hours of interesting, engaging and hands-on asynchronous learning will provide the basic skills and understandings for teachers to be ready to integrate HTM in their classes this fall. New classes open every two weeks, from now through September, and then into the school year.
Updated: Jul. 16, 2012
Julie Wiener writes about Hannah Senesh School's K-4 Hebrew immersion day camp. Here in New York’s (and possibly the Diaspora’s) only Hebrew-immersion day camps, all the activities — from music to drama to playing in the sprinklers — occur in Hebrew.
Updated: Jul. 12, 2012
The latest SJED (IV, 10) News Bulletin has just been released with great technological learning and teaching resources for Jewish schools, including teaching resources for summer vacation especially for use on the SmartBoard. Also included listings of in-service training opportunities for teachers.
Updated: Jun. 05, 2012
The latest SJED News Bulletin (IV, 7) has just been released with great technological learning and teaching resources for Jewish Schools, including teaching resources for Lag BaOmer and Shavuot especially for use on the SmartBoard.
Updated: May. 15, 2012
Israeli-American and Jewish-American families across the United States are participating in a new children’s program through which they are mailed monthly – for free – a quality Jewish children’s book in Hebrew. Sifriyat Pijama B’America (SP-BA) provides an opportunity for young Jewish children, ages three to six, with or without Israeli roots, living in the United States, to sign up to receive free storybooks in Hebrew. The program is designed to strengthen participants’ Hebrew language proficiency and connections with Jewish values and culture, as well as develop a channel through which young Jewish children can spend more quality time at bedtime with their families in a positive, educational manner.
Updated: May. 15, 2012
Legacy Heritage Fund is proud to announce the launch of the enhanced phase of Dah Bear, a free online tool which assists students in mastering Hebrew vocabulary. Dah Bear was released on a pilot basis at the end of the last academic year. Dah Bear contains over 1,200 word lists and is being used in the classrooms of more than 275 teachers in over 90 schools around the world.
Updated: Apr. 29, 2012
Brandeis MAT Day School Leadership through Teaching (DeLeT) Program Accepting Applications for the 2012-2013 Cohort
DeLeT (Day School Leadership through Teaching; the Hebrew word for “door”), the Jewish day school concentration of the Master of Arts in Teaching program at Brandeis University, is accepting applications for the 2012-2013 cohort. Within DeLeT, there are three tracks that prepare elementary general and Judaic studies teachers, high school Tanakh/Bible teachers, and Hebrew teachers.
Updated: Mar. 20, 2012
The Fall, 2011 issue of Jewish Educational Leadership focuses on Assessment. It addresses questions such as: How do we know that our students are learning what we think we are teaching? Should students be measured against other students or against their own potential? Can we measure success in areas such as Jewish connectedness, commitment, beliefs and values?
Updated: Feb. 12, 2012
The Jewish Education Center of Cleveland offers this website as a way for teachers near and far to learn more about 'Hebrew through Movement', a language acquisition strategy in which students learn Hebrew by hearing and responding to Hebrew commands. Hebrew through Movement starts with a foundation in modern, spoken Hebrew but has as its goal making the prayers in our siddur, as well as synagogue and Jewish vocabulary, more easily accessible to those with limited learning time.
Updated: Feb. 07, 2012