Jewish Online School

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Technology & Computers
Apr. 25, 2011

Source: Jewish Online School 


The Jewish Online School's goal is to provide your child with a full Hebrew School education no matter where they are located. If your city, state or country doesn't have a local Hebrew School available to you, we can offer one to you over the internet in the convenience of your own home. Our curriculum includes a combination of Judaic studies, Hebrew reading, Tefillah (Jewish prayer), Jewish history and Jewish values. We feature a devoted and enthusiastic faculty and talented staff that is committed to providing your child with the highest level of Jewish education.


The Jewish Online School strives to recreate the traditional classroom environment using cutting edge live streaming, video and voice technology. Not only can students see and hear their teacher through a webcam, but the students can see each other as well. Multimedia presentations can be made through our digital whiteboard software and homework and assignments are given as in any other school. The school currently serves children ages 6 until Bar/Bat Mitzvah.


The Jewish Online School is available Sunday mornings and weeknights at convenient after school hours. We're beginning with classes once a week. Class begins with a 45 minute session that includes Prayer and Hebrew Reading. Class time is broken up with a five minute break and then concludes with 45 minutes of the Judaic Curriculum.


The school's Hebrew Reading Curriculum is based on the internationally acclaimed Aleph Champ Reading Program, but designed especially for the online school. This highly motivational system is time-tested and proven to be a fast and most effective method of teaching Hebrew Reading.


The Jewish Online School is a project of The Shluchim Office, Global Chabad-Lubavitch Resource Center.

Updated: Feb. 07, 2017
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