At NLEResources.com, we aim to provide rabbis and educators with helpful tips and resources that will help you reach your audience and enhance your teaching, programming and marketing. In this post, we are going to explore a fantastic resource that will help any rabbi and
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.
One of the greatest challenges for Judaic studies teachers is getting their students to understand that texts written thousands of years ago remain relevant to the students’ lives in today’s society. Students are constantly
What are you doing for the summer?" I get that question almost daily this time of year. Well-meaning and well-intentioned friends and neighbors, presumably expecting that I will be taking a well-deserved couple
n the past, we featured a blog post entitled, All About Bright Beginnings Chumash Workbook. This workbook is the brainchild of Rabbi Yaakov Horowitz, the founder and director of Project Y.E.S. and founder and dean of Yeshiva Darchei Noam of Monsey, New York. Over the past five
iShtick, a developer of Jewish educational apps for children, has announced the release of its inaugural app, a ground-breaking, fully interactive, musical siddur, designed for children ranging in age from two through nine.
Last week, I had the privilege of joining our engineering classes on a trip to Google. Wow! As my students pointed out, it was like a modern day Willie Wonka with game rooms, lego, scooters, funky furniture everywhere, and three free scrumptious meals a day
Torahskills.org was created to help solve a problem many students and educators face, namely that students in modern Orthodox or kiruv schools often do not have anyone at home who can help them review, prepare or do homework