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Jewish Interactive Blog

    5 tech trends that could change education forever!

    By Ji Team | Jewish Education | 0 Comments | 09 May, 2017

    Since the turn of the century, we have seen the rise of broadband internet, mobile technology, smart phones and all kinds of smart devices. It’s now possible to connect your kitchen appliances to...

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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 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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    Digital tools to help with Jewish Studies

    By Ji Team | Jewish Education | 0 Comments | 08 February, 2017

    Teaching something as versatile as Jewish Studies to younger students is an interesting challenge. After all, you’re introducing your class to a combination of history, religion, language and...

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    Using social networks for Jewish education

    By Gabriella Kay | Jewish Education | 0 Comments | 09 January, 2017

    Hello, my name is Gabriella, I have been studying the Parsha (weekly Torah portion) for over 13 years and find it fascinating that every year we read the same stories and every year there is a...

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    4 ways to get your students excited about their Jewish education

    By Sammy Morhaim | Jewish Education | 0 Comments | 19 December, 2016

    Jewish studies can be challenging to present in a school environment.  As a teacher, it can be hard for you to motivate students that already have stacked agendas and a wide-reaching curriculum....

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