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Unpacked for Educators, the division of Jewish media company OpenDor Media, dedicated to providing resources to help educators engage and inspire students, is launching Israel History Month 2020 this November. Last year, over 120 schools from nine countries took part in the inaugural month-long celebration of Israeli history, with more schools expected to join in 2020.
Published: 2020
Updated: Nov. 03, 2020
The Maaleh School of Film and Television initiated the Homeward project in September, after months of preparation and coalition-building. Homeward is a short-video competition open to anyone interested – professional filmmakers and celebrities, public figures, amateur filmmakers and essentially everyone with a camera/cellphone. The theme “homeward” was developed in the spirit of the period – the feeling of coming home, going home, staying home… with which many around the world can identify, as the Corona pandemic has forced us to remain at home and distance ourselves from our closest friends and family (with whom we often feel most ‘at home’).
Published: 2020
Updated: Oct. 22, 2020
Educators can now access Israeli TV shows and specially developed resources from The iCenter for Israel Education. Known as Binge Watch Israel, The iCenter’s platform categorizes Israeli TV shows and its resources, spanning Cultural Diversity, Army and Society, Religious Diversity, and Humor and Satire.
Published: 2020
Updated: Oct. 22, 2020
The Book of Genesis, or Bereshit (lit. “in the beginning”), takes us on a journey through the story of creation and introduces us to our ancestors along their path from the Garden of Eden to Egypt. And even though many of us know how the story ends, we continually reread it, finding new significance every time. To celebrate this next cycle, our engineers have developed a new way for you to experience and learn Torah on Sefaria. Chavruta on Sefaria is a built-in tool that allows you to video chat with your study partner while viewing the text, without ever leaving the virtual library.
Published: 2020
Updated: Oct. 22, 2020