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The Global Day of Jewish Learning brings the Jewish people together once a year to celebrate our shared Jewish text through community based learning. The guiding values of the Global Day of Jewish Learning are: fostering Jewish unity, empowering individuals through increased Jewish knowledge, and creating meaningful shared experiences. The fourth annual Global Day of Jewish Learning will be held on Sunday, Nov 17, 2013. The theme of the day and curriculum is Creating Together: Jewish Approaches to Creativity and Collaboration. The Global Day is a project of the Aleph Society and Rabbi Adin Steinzaltz.
Updated: Oct. 20, 2013
AlHaTorah.org is a one-stop Tanakh study resource, providing the tools, techniques and technology to make Torah come alive in the home, classroom and synagogue. It mines 2,500 years of Biblical interpretation to offer the user a rich, multi-dimensional learning experience. It has begun by providing rich resources for the Book of Shmot.
Updated: Jan. 29, 2013
This issue of Sh'ma coincides with Shavuot, when, tradition tells us, the Torah was revealed. Jews throughout the world have long marked the eve of the festival with a Tikkun Leil Shavuot, an all-night text study session that includes conversation, reenactments, and explorations of how Torah and learning shape our lives. This issue demonstrates that many are the ways to learn Torah.
Updated: Jul. 12, 2012
The Etzion Bloc Religious Council is running for the second year an online Bible Quiz for elementary school students of the Etzion Bloc. This year's quiz covers all of the Book of Judges. Students from grades 4-7, who live in the Etzion Bloc, are eligible to participate in the prize awarding quiz.
Updated: Jun. 26, 2012
Six families from Berkeley got together to write a song about three famous siblings in the Torah: Miriam, Aaron and Moses. This is their music video - from the words to the watercolors you see in the background to all the little choices about what color everyone's hair would be; a Studio G-dcast production.
Updated: Jun. 20, 2012
Yeshivat Chovevei Torah (YCT) Rabbinical School is pleased to invite all Judaic Studies teachers as well as lovers of serious Tanakh and Mahshavah study to their Annual Yemei Iyun on Bible and Jewish Thought on Sunday, June 24 - Monday, June 25, 2012 at the Maayanot High School in Teaneck , NJ. This program is co-sponsored by Beit Morasha of Jerusalem, Drisha Institute for Jewish Education, Midreshet Ein Hanatziv, Yeshivat Har El, Yeshivat Maale Gilboa and Yeshivat Maharat.
Updated: Jun. 18, 2012
Now, you can buy individual G-dcast PDF lesson plans to help you teach students about the holidays and weekly parsha. Their eCurricula, formerly only available as a bundled collection in eBook form, are now downloadable and printable! Each eCurriculum includes a summary of the biblical material covered in the corresponding episode, a series of comprehension and discussion questions, and a variety of experiential learning activities ideal for middle school and high school learners.
Updated: Jun. 18, 2012
Edmon J. Rodman urges his adult readers to 'hold on to the Tree of Life' by joining those who chant the Torah with its traditional melody. He shares the experiences of many new Torah readers who have declared that it was a life-changing experience for them. He also shares tried methods of initiating new readers into the community of Torah chanters from online learning resources to face to face study group tutorials.
Updated: Jun. 04, 2009
G-dcast is an online series of bite-sized modern animations telling the story of 54 weekly Torah portions. The portion (parsha) narrators are storytellers, hip-hop artists, country music singers and a variety of people from around the globe who reinterpret and explain these parshas in a unique and entertaining way.
Updated: Nov. 06, 2008
Online resources to aid the Bar/Bat Mitzvah student study the Torah and Haftarah portions. The portions are presented in Hebrew, English, Spanish and Russian along with the recorded chanting of the texts and the Torah script text.
Updated: Jul. 07, 2008