Let your Hebrew School students Connect to the Land of Israel and the Jewish People with unique live-streaming classes and presentations. Classes are taught by expert educators and can be simulcast to multiple locations using the latest in technology.
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I just love learning about Israel’ and this is probably the best way I’ve learned about Israel… It was better than going to Hebrew School.
We want to continue the program indefinitely. It is so valuable. We don’t need a parent demo anymore — some of our students are younger siblings of previous online students and all of the parents and students know about it now and look forward to it.
My favorite sessions were when we were learning about the acts of kindness during the holocaust because it showed me that even in the darkest of times, people can be amazing and make the most of a horrible situation.
My son really enjoyed the program and learned a great deal. It was stimulating, and engaged him both academically and enriched his Jewish identity.
I have learned a lot in Judaics Class this year. I have learned the importance of doing good deeds and making the world a better place. I learned why it is important to do Tikkun Olam and how we can make the world a better place. Through our projects, I learned the importance of teamwork and working in a group. I learned a lot this year about Israel, also. I hope I can use this knowledge next year in high school and in years later.
I liked the games and projects and enjoyed learning about the people of Israel. Learning about the Holocaust in such depth. I really enjoyed learning about the Holocaust because I became aware of things I had never even heard of before. My favorite sessions were when we were learning about the acts of kindness during the holocaust because it showed me that even in the darkest of times, people can be amazing and make the most of a horrible situation.
Israel in 6
Join us on a cyber tour of Israel and meet Israel’s technological trail blazers, discover its religiously diverse population, cheer on its athletes, negotiate for its peace, and enjoy its film in its cinemas. This class will use cutting edge computer technology to bring Israel’s landscape, people, and culture to life.
Remembering and Rebuilding
Two formative events in the development of the contemporary Jewish community were the Holocaust and the establishment of the State of Israel. This course will familiarize students with aspects of both events, with a particular focus on the importance and purpose of remembering the Holocaust as we build for the future.
This is a multi-session course delivered via live streaming.
Letters from a Holocaust Refugee
Rudi Schwab flees from Germany in 1933 leaving behind family and friends. He desperately tries to convince his family to escape before it’s too late. In this course, students get a personal glimpse into the lives of Jews of 1933 Europe. Students consider how the events of 80 years ago apply to contemporary manifestations of anti-Semitism and racism.
Part of JETS Blended Learning Curriculum