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    7 best resources to utilise as a Jewish Studies teacher

    By Ji Team | Jewish Education | 0 Comments | 21 April, 2017

    Teaching Jewish Studies to children is hugely rewarding. You are, after all, contributing to the cultural upbringing of young members of your community. There are many resources available online...

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    How to improve your child’s ability in reading Hebrew

    By Ji Team | Teaching Hebrew | 0 Comments | 19 April, 2017

    Hebrew is an integral part of Jewish cultural identity. As such, children benefit hugely from having a thorough understanding of the Hebrew language. As a parent, you want your child to become a...

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    How to better engage your classroom in Jewish Studies

    As a teacher in training some ten years ago, a lecturer shared with us the following wisdom ‘More important than a lesson plan is a classroom management plan.’ In essence, you cannot hope to teach...

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    How to lesson plan for your Jewish Studies class

    While not every planned class may be great, great classes come from great planning. Here are 7 simple rules for how to lesson plan, with some specific pointers for Judaic Studies teachers:

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    Nurturing Jewish Identity, one tap at a time

    By Rabbi Johnny Solomon | Ji Tap | 0 Comments | 27 March, 2017

    According to the great Jewish thinker Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik, there are two aspects of Jewish identity.

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    5 top tips to keep children safe when using educational apps

    Today’s youth have grown up with digital technology, which is why they adapt to new tech so easily. As such, introducing educational apps as early as possible, both at home and in school, is a...

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    How to master the lesson plan

    When faced with the following three tasks as a teacher, which of the following takes priority: Marking, Planning or Resource creating/searching?

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    6 of the best educational apps for iPad

    The digital revolution has resulted in fantastic new opportunities for teaching our children about their culture and community. Educational technology has exploded onto the scene and made it...

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    Blog by Yali

    By Yali | | 0 Comments | 03 March, 2017

    My name is Yali and I am 8 years old.

     

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    Empowering parents to help their children at home

    Jews have always placed a great emphasis on education and the Jewish tradition regards parents as the ultimate educators.

    Rather than the home being a place where a child is free from study, the...

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