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This virtual exhibition published by the British Library is centered on recordings of Holocaust survivors' memories, made as part of the British Library's Sound Archives Oral History Program. Designed by the BL education team, it is a valuable resource for students at many different levels of education. The recordings cover the Jewish experience in Nazi Germany from 1933 to 1945, dealing with deportations, the ghettos, resistance, concentration camps, death marches, and liberation. These are accompanied by background material, student activities and teachers notes.
Updated: Feb. 09, 2009
The Virtual Beit Midrash of Yeshivat Har Etzion has made available online over 300 written lectures on halacha (Jewish Law). The archived lectures written by the staff of the Yeshiva over the last thirteen years cover a wide range of halachik areas and are topically indexed and easily retrievable in digital format (Microsoft Word Documents).
Updated: Feb. 08, 2009
The Big Portal of the Israel Ministry of Education is just that – a wide gateway containing a wide range of links to teaching, learning and assessment materials developed by the Ministry as well as by other institutions and individual teachers over the years. The listings contain curricula, lesson plans, teaching materials, learning activities, databases, assessment instruments, articles, presentations, tests, worksheets and more. The materials in the portal are from all areas of formal education, subjects and grade levels and are easily retrievable by specifying any of these characteristics.
Updated: Jan. 22, 2009
ITIM provides online information (in Hebrew, English and Russian) and direction at critical moments in Jewish life such as birth, bar/bat mitzvah, marriage, divorce, death and burial, and conversion. ITIM believes that knowledge is power and that information can allow individuals to be confident as they experience critical moments of Jewish life. Founded in 2002 and based in Jerusalem, ITIM assists Israeli Jews to navigate their personal encounters with the religious (and often ultra-Orthodox) establishment in Israel. In addition, ITIM coordinates a support center whose mission is to deepen the knowledge and appreciation for the richness of Jewish lifecycle rituals, allow for a positive encounter between rank and file Jews and Jewish tradition and develop possibilities for individual expression within Jewish life.
Updated: Jan. 04, 2009
Over 4500 mothers and daughters around the world have participated in Matan's Mother – Daughter Bat Miitzvah Program - 'Jewish Women Through The Ages' since its inception. The program consists of ten sessions during which mothers and daughters together study sources about Jewish women throughout history. The women studied in the program were selected because they embody positive attributes and values from which the girls can learn. Each learning session is accompanied by an experiential activity related to the relevant figure or subject.
Updated: Dec. 18, 2008
The JAFI - Jewish Zionist Education content-rich website serves a diverse, worldwide audience - from senior professional educators to individuals seeking basic information - in five languages. It serves as a resource center for Israel-related issues with features such as 'Eye on Israel', which offers in-depth information on Israel's history, culture and society; Israel-Diaspora projects; and Jewish Time with quizzes, calendars and lifecycle insight.
Updated: Dec. 15, 2008
Written for children in Hebrew, English and German, this site portrays life during the Holocaust from the viewpoint of children who lived in the ghetto. At the center of this site is an imaginary representation of a street in the ghetto. The site invites children to “move around the street” and “enter” various locations in it. In each of the locations, original exhibits such as video testimonies, photographs, paintings, artifacts etc. are accompanied by interactive and thought-provoking activities.
Updated: Dec. 03, 2008
On the Road to Statehood is a series of twenty web-based lessons, for middle-school students that focus on Zionist history from 1881 until November 29, 1947. Students experience this pivotal era in Zionist history through the eyes of ten characters, featured throughout the site, who tell their own historically relevant stories. These stories engage the students and help make the historical periods come alive for them.
Updated: Dec. 03, 2008
AishCafe.com offers online courses in Judaism for the curious university student. The courses are presented with interactive animations, rich movies, mp3 recordings readings and quizzes. The site, run by Aish HaTorah, an Orthodox Jewish educational network based in Israel, offers students willing to learn about their faith a payout of up to $250 or a $300 subsidy for a trip to Israel upon successful completion of the course of study
Updated: Nov. 16, 2008
The National Center for Jewish Film is a nonprofit motion picture archive, distributor and resource center housing the largest, most comprehensive collection of Jewish-themed film and video outside of Israel. Its mission is to gather, preserve, catalogue, and exhibit films with artistic and educational value relevant to the Jewish experience, disseminating these materials to the widest possible audience.
Updated: Nov. 06, 2008