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Who Moved My Cheese by Larry Tero

In wake of coronavirus, Jews must learn to adapt and change

Just as the mice in 'Who moved my cheese,' managed to find their way through the maze even under challenging circumstances, so too we have gained an awareness that can guide us through life.
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הקשר בין חינוך בתפוצות לשיקום שכונות

זכיתי לגור בשכונת קריית מנחם, שכונה בדרום מערב ירושלים, שאפילו לא מעט ירושלמים לא מכירים. בעבר היא אפילו זכתה לכינוי המפוקפק "החצר האחורית של ירושלים".
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Changing the focus: embracing a new approach to Hebrew language education

One of the many lessons that we have all learned from our global ‘experiment’ with online teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic is that technological tools are not the key to real success in education
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Jewish Education & the Urban Kibbutz Model

The revitalization of a run-down Jerusalem neighborhood is a lesson in how to support Jewish schools around the world.
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A Global Center for Jewish Education

As we enter the winter of a school year characterized by uncertainty, the time is ripe to reimagine the structure of Jewish education in light of urgent challenges. Having worked with teachers at hund
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The World Center for Jewish Education Empowers Educators With Tailored Solutions

The need for personalized solutions in the Jewish education system was been felt long before the pandemic started, but now, in light of the disruption caused by COVID-19, there is an opportunity to di
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Israeli parents get a crash course in homeschooling

After Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu shut down the country’s schools and universities until at least after Passover, Israeli parents, like their counterparts in other countries shut down by
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Jewish Virtual Education in the Time of Coronavirus

With schools shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic, parents are turning to online resources to educate their children from home. In an effort to ensure ongoing Jewish education, one of those resou
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INTERNATIONAL ONLINE MEETING OF TEACHERS FROM EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS OF UKRAINE INVOLVED IN THE DISCIPLINES OF JEWISH STUDIES

On June 8, 2020, the International online meeting for pedagogues of the educational institutions of Ukraine with teaching the disciplines of Jewish Studies took place on the ZOOM platform. The organi
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To ensure the future of Jewish education, put teachers in the center

It is crucial that we rapidly equip Jewish educators with the tools and skills needed to thrive in this new reality. If not, we risk losing a generation of Jewish students.
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Following UAE-Israel deal, new ulpan launched to teach Hebrew in the Gulf

Coming off the heels of the announced peace deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, a new groundbreaking initiative has been launched to bring virtual ulpan programs to teach Hebrew to Arabi
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How to Revolutionize Jewish Schools

For decades, Jewish communities, institutions and individuals have failed to fix the elephant in the room — the quality of Jewish education. Although many Jewish day schools boast excellent secular st