Learning a language is a large undertaking, no matter who you are. Many students feel like taking a class is enough, but in fact you really need to live the language in order to learn it. These days, you can actually use social media as a tool to immerse yourself in any language. If you're teaching your students Hebrew, it's a great
Over the past several years, Jacob Richman has developed many educational websites that are being used and enjoyed by thousands. Below, we present you with nine of his sites that are geared towards learning the Hebrew language and can be of great service to your students and congregants who are looking to
York. A gifted educator, he was awarded the 2002 Rockland Educator of the Year Award, and received national recognition as a recipient of the coveted Grinspoon-Steinhart Award for Excellence in Jewish Education.
It's no secret that iPads have entered Jewish classrooms around North America (see iToshba: Using iPads to Teach Talmud and Thoughts on iPads in the Classroom). With so many educational apps on the App Store,
We’ve covered TED Talks twice (see 875 TED Talks in a Handy Spreadsheet and Looking for Great Quotes? Check out TED Quotes. However, in this latest installment we wanted to bring to your attention that the people over at TED have been hard at work on a new project that could enhance your ability to... Read more »
People are beginning to talk about NLE Resources, and all that it offers rabbis and educators around in the world. In fact, we’ve been receiving requests, recommendations, and resources, and we just say, “keep ‘em coming!”. We’re looking to create the most useful resource depot online. Just recently, Rahel Halabe, a teacher of modern and biblical... Read more »