The Shabbos Project, when Jews worldwide will experience one complete Shabbos together, is now less than two weeks away – Parshas Lech Lecha, October 23-24, 2015. For more details see The Shabbos Project website here. Rabbis and educators around the globe are preparing for this worldwide event and are also
Rabbi Yitzchak Feigenbaum is a noted educator and Menahel of the Toronto-based, Tiferes Bais Yaakov Toronto. Last year, he published a popular pamphlet to help teens of all ages find Vidui more relatable and meaningful. This year, Rabbi Feigenbaum has published a
Advancements in technology not only help empower people to become more productive in their work, but also provide a larger platform for educators and rabbis to present and spread their knowledge and teachings to students
Thanks to the generosity of Sylvia Freyer and the Freyer family, NJOP will be awarding 40 locations grants of up to $500 each to serve as seed money to help launch, promote and facilitate a High Holiday Beginners Service (HHBS). If your synagogue or Jewish organization has not run a HHBS during the past five years (or longer), we
Social media websites offer huge opportunities for nonprofits. Instead of trying to reach out to donors and supporters solely by organizing events, these organizations have a chance to attract a greater audience if they use social media networks with a smart strategy. Are you interested in learning how a social media marketing strategy
In the past, we have written all about infographics (see here and here for example) and have even amassed a large collection of Jewish infographics (here and here)! Nowadays, it seems that everywhere you turn there’s an infographic presenting information to the masses. People love infographics because they easily convey
Thanks to a generous grant from Cross River Bank, we are thrilled to offer Jewish schools up to ten free copies of our Bright Beginnings Chumash Workbook Volume One, to give students who are struggling with their Chumash learning. In an effort to keep things simple, all the school principal
What Are They Really Thinking? Effective Tools to Elicit Constructive Feedback. Feedback is often called the Breakfast of Champions. It gives us key insight into the work that we are doing and guides us on how best to plan for the future. Now, as summer approaches, school and organizational leaders have a great opportunity to collect feedback from core constituents and
Rabbis and educators turn to NLEResources.com for useful educational resources and materials such as the NLE Morasha Syllabus,Online Resources, PR Samples and the NLE Thinking Gemara Series. Moreover, directors and administrators of synagogues, schools, yeshivot, and outreach centers read our featured articles and blogs seeking the latest ideas and tools to strengthen their marketing, administration and fundraising.
Over the years, we continue to receive emails from rabbis and educators thanking us for writing about Canva and introducing them to this free service.
If you aren't familiar with this site, we encourage you to read Meet Canva: The Graphic Design Tool Every Organization Must Know About & Use, as well as a