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Echoes and Reflections is a comprehensive 10-part curriculum on the Holocaust that uses visual history testimony from survivors and other witnesses and additional primary source documents, including maps, photographs, timelines, literature excerpts and other materials. Since its launch in July 2005, the program has reached more than 1.5 million students in 4,000 public, private and parochial schools in 43 states around the United States, and in Canada and Israel.
Updated: Mar. 23, 2010
In honor of Women's History Month, JESNA will spotlight women of substance and learning in education…. one new woman every day in March, 2010. Come learn about someone new every day!
Updated: Mar. 21, 2010
Since 2004, The MOFET Institute has been providing an online Hebrew language education portal, MOFET MASA, for the benefit of the Hebrew speaking education community. The portal aims to improve the flow of global and Israeli pedagogical information among the MOFET users, teacher educators, pedagogy instructors, libraries and information centers in teacher colleges, universities and other research and practice institutions.
Updated: Mar. 21, 2010
JewishHistory.org offers anyone interested in Jewish history, in the context of world history, various popular learning formats based on Rabbi Berel Wein's multimedia lectures and books.
Updated: Mar. 07, 2010
Judaica Europeana is one of a series of initiatives supported by the European Commission to establish EUROPEANA, the European digital library. Judaica Europeana will identify and digitize Jewish content for Europeana with a projected contribution of several million pages and thousands of other items. Judaica Europeana will work with European cultural institutions to identify content documenting the Jewish contribution to the cities of Europe. It will digitise 10,500 photos, 1,500 postcards and 7,150 recordings as well as several million pages from books, newspapers, archives and press clippings.
Updated: Feb. 21, 2010
Almost 9 years ago, Rabbi Tzvi Pittinsky created a 'How to Learn Gemara' webpage as a culminating class project for a 9th grade Talmud class at The Frisch School. Over the years, he has received tremendous feedback about this site from manyJewish educators who used it. After the GeoCities webhosting platform folded, the project site became inaccessible. Now that a group of old Geocities members setup geocities.ws and archived the site, it is now available again for the benefit of educators and students.
Updated: Feb. 18, 2010
Hebrew Now represents Birthright Israel NEXT's effort to make Hebrew Language learning easier. They started with an SMS service for a new Hebrew word a day delivered to your phone. Then, earlier this month they released an iPhone app, Mila-4-Phone, which is available for free download on the itunes store. Featuring a growing word list, pronunciation guides, audio recordings, and more, the app is an easy way to work on Hebrew vocabulary, and has already been downloaded in 46 countries! Beyond these mobile options, Hebrew Now also features a network of local Ulpan Hebrew language courses in cities around the United States.
Updated: Feb. 03, 2010
This project has been undertaken by The National Havurah Committee as a way of supporting both existing independent havurahs and minyans, and as a way to offer guidance and support to those people who are just starting to think about starting a new community or are in the first stages of starting a new community. The links on this website represent places on the web that either feature or were recommended by members of the NHC community.
Updated: Feb. 01, 2010
The latest initiative from The National Jewish Outreach Project is a Hebrew literacy project with Twitter and social media contacts.The project is an outgrowth of NJOP’s popular Read Hebrew America program, founded with the idea of reaching people who aren’t inclined to join community classes. Twebrew School offers three free learning options: Tweetup face - to - face sessions, online video lessons, and a newsletter signup; and those who already know Hebrew, can sign up to be a Twebrew School teacher.
Updated: Dec. 23, 2009
JELED stands for child in Hebrew and at the same time for Jewish European Learning Experience Dot net. The JELED.Net website was initiated by the Jewish umbrella organizations of The Netherlands, Switzerland and Finland and aims to meet the needs of these communities for curricular materials, ideas and opportunities of interaction in their national languages.
Updated: Dec. 06, 2009