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Torah Live is graciously offering all NLE Resources registered users, the ability to use for FREE the amazing videos below (the videos are usually only free for home users but not for teachers): 1) Four animations about the laws of building a kosher sukka: How to Build a Sukka parts 1-4. 2) Four videos about the laws... Read more »
In our last post, we analyzed Moshe’s initial response to Hashem’s directive. He has been told to descend immediately from the mountain as “his” people had grievously sinned. Following a brief prayer designed to avert immediate disaster, Moshe
Nowadays, everyone talks about trying to reach his or her congregants, donors, and students on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. Still, we all know that when it comes to communicating with shul members or trusted donors, it's email marketing
In our first post, we set the stage for our discussion on leadership by introducing Shemos 32, which details Moshe Rabbeinu’s (Moses’) response to the creation and service of the eigel hazahav (golden calf), as a paradigm for crisis management. The chapter opens
Was your last fundraising campaign a winner or loser? And how did it compare to the one before? When you test new mailing lists, how do you figure out which ones really paid off? For direct mail (and email) campaigns, the answers lie in the numbers.
In 2012, we featured a blog post entitled, Why I Respect Salman Khan & Charlie Harary. This post touched upon how the Jewish world was only beginning to utilize the new educational method popularized by Salman Khan. Since then, a lot has changed.
The way nonprofit organizations are composing and circulating periodical information is altering dramatically, and those associations that are still caught up in applying old layouts and designs when publishing their fundraising requests and bulletins
I recently received a copy of the new Jaffa Edition of Mesillas Yesharim. As someone who gives a mussar vaad, I currently own the classic Feldheim version, The Ofeq Institute’s Complete Mesillas Yesharim, and Rabbi Yaakov Feldman’s translation with commentary
For most of us in the world of education, Elul represents a time of renewal. We return to work refreshed and recharged, ready to begin a new period of engagement and inspiration.