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Learning over the summer has never been easier! Take your learning wherever your summer takes you with Project Zug, the online havruta learning platform powered by Hadar. Project Zug connects individuals through curated one-on-one high quality Jewish learning. Let Project Zug match you with a learning partner, or sign up with a friend. The learning platform is for all ages, and allows you to learn from the comfort of your own home – whenever you want!
Updated: May. 23, 2018
Yad Vashem invites you to participate in a brand new six-part Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), “Antisemitism: From Its Origins to the Present”, available on the FutureLearn platform. Join more than 5000 learners from around the world as you explore the topic with 50 leading scholars to examine questions and issues relating to antisemitism.
Updated: Apr. 30, 2018
As important as my desire to learn Tanakh, I also wanted to share what I learned with others who might want to learn some Tanakh but find the task daunting. Podcasting is the perfect medium. In 2013, I decided that I wanted to join that conversation. And so I launched TanakhCast.
Updated: Feb. 12, 2018
The Herzog College of Alon Shvut, in affiliation with the Sephardic Rabbinical College and the Allegra Franco School of Educational Leadership, is proud to announce the launch of a 2-year Tanach Scholar certificate program.
Updated: Feb. 11, 2018
Ezra Academy has announced the implementation of a new, innovative educational approach to learning, in partnership with the Lookstein Virtual Jewish Academy. According to school administrators, the Lookstein Virtual courses are connecting the Woodbridge CT Jewish day school’s middle school students to Jewish learning and enhancing the school’s curriculum.
Updated: Aug. 07, 2017
The Virtual High School (VHS, Inc.) today announced the newest Online Teaching Methodologies (OTM) graduates for its Online Judaic Studies Consortium (OJSC). The graduates are all face-to-face Jewish day school teachers who completed the graduate-level OTM teacher training course to learn best practices for online instruction and learning. Having passed the rigorous four-week course, graduates will now collaborate with their peers to help develop and deliver high-quality online Judaic studies courses to day school students across North America.
Updated: Jul. 19, 2017
Master’s degree programs at the William Davidson Graduate School of Jewish Education are specifically designed to help students cultivate the skills and experience necessary to become sought-after, transformational leaders in Jewish education. Our programs are highly individualized, allowing students—under the guidance of an advisor—to tailor courses of study and practicum placements to their specific goals and interests.
Updated: Jul. 13, 2017
You can lead a Global Day of Jewish Learning event in your community by inviting people to study together on Sunday, November 12, 2017. Have you ever wondered how beauty and power are connected? What about the relationship between good and beauty? This November, ask these questions and more with this year's new curriculum, which explores the topic of Beauty & Ugliness through the lens of Jewish texts.
Updated: Jul. 12, 2017
Congratulations to the 2016-2017 Educational Partnership Initiative cohort for a fruitful school year! Starting in 2014, Sefaria launched the Partnership to invite teachers of Torah to formally be part of building Sefaria. The initiative, which began with four day schools and 100 students, was created to: (1) help teachers harness digital tools effectively and improve pedagogy around Jewish texts; and (2) provide Sefaria with a cohort of educators who use Sefaria in the classroom and deliver feedback on product development and refinement. This past school year, the program directly served 19 day schools, along with nine communal institutions, and reached more than 1,000 students.
Updated: Jul. 12, 2017
What’s NEXT in online professional development? Here are Gratz College’s NEXT program’s offerings for this summer! Supplementary school programs must hire teachers with a complex patchwork of backgrounds and skills while living with budgets that lack healthy line items for professional development for those teachers. The challenge is how to provide the range – and depth –of learning needed to efficiently enhance our teachers’ knowledge and skills. NEXT addresses the disparate levels of experience in Jewish knowledge and educational pedagogy. We have enjoyed creating partnerships with different programs, central agencies and federations.
Updated: Jun. 01, 2017