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
The greatest challenge in education today is keeping students focused and engaged. Torah Live has a simple solution to this problem. Its website features exciting multimedia curriculums that will capture your students’ attention and spark their imagination! Torah
As a rabbi or educator, you probably bookcases full of books and seforim. Each and every page is cherished for its content and many of them serve as a tool that helps you prepare for a class, give an inspiring drasha, or aid your students. However, nowadays, being a teacher or working in a nonprofit management position, requires tools that aren't found on just your bookshelf. Instead, you must know of and use an assortment of online tools.
In a previous post (see AlHaTorah.org: New Website Helps You Teach, Study, & Research Tanach Like Never Before!), we featured AlHaTorah.org, a new one-stop Tanach study resource, which provides
There are lots of tools text-based tools for creating and hosting polls. You can find a list of some good ones here. To date there was nothing that allowed one to utilize the mode of video.
This page highlights different tools that you can use to market your organization! Infogr.am Nowadays, infographics are all the rage. If you are looking to create your own to highlight your organization to prospective students or donors, we recommend this free tool!
Tools for Shuls A blog from Rabbi Hayim Herring, author of Tools for Shuls: A Guide to Make Over Your Synagogue. Anyone who works in non-profit organizations, and cares about subjects like engaging volunteers, organizational change and non-profit leadership, will find the blog valuable.