For centuries, the primary method of learning in the Beit Midrash has been chavruta, cooperative learning, followed by shiur, whole classroom discussion and discourse. I fondly remember my years learning in Israel and then in rabbinical school where my rebbe would start by giving us a list of maarei mekomot, sources to
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This page offers links and insights into both the growing field of Educational Technology as well as the Halachic implications of Torah and Technology. Websites and Articles of Interest Blended Learning: The Newest Frontier in Jewish Education? Written by Dr. Simcha Katz Text Message Responsa Written by Rabbi Gil Student this link explores the concept... Read more »
As a Jewish educator it is my hope that we can see brilliant laymen and individuals from within our greater community walk in the footsteps of Mr. Khan and consider not even dropping their profession entirely, but giving of their time and expertise, to educate and empower the future of Klal Yisrael.