Monthly Archives: July 2018

  1. Hebrew in Harmony Curriculum Core Now Available in Kindle Edition

    Hebrew in Harmony Curriculum Core Now Available in Kindle Edition
    Lesson planning just became simpler.
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  2. Forge Connections to Prayer Through Music and Movement

    Forge Connections to Prayer Through Music and Movement

    We all respond to music in powerful ways. For students learning Hebrew prayer, music allows them to make a spiritual connection with the message and theme of prayers. 

    Watch how one fifth grade class in New Jersey connects with music related to the Yotzer Or prayer. 

     

     


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  3. Will You Be at NewCAJE9?

    Will You Be at NewCAJE9?

    Are you coming to the NewCAJE conference at University of Hartford CT, July 29?  

    We’d love to see you. Let us know if you’d like to schedule an appointment. Please include your name, school, city, role/title, and what you'd like to discuss.

    We’d be happy to:  

    1. — Show you what’s new from Behrman House, including Make, Create, Celebrate and
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  4. Keeping Women's Pictures in Orthodox Media

    "As an artist, I was so aware of what they were cutting off." Listen to our very own Ann D. Koffsky discuss the "unintended consequences" of the removal of women's pictures in Orthodox media on The Chutzpah Podcast.
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  5. Southern Jewish Communities Embrace Art as Jewish Holiday Learning Tool

    Southern Jewish Communities Embrace Art as Jewish Holiday Learning Tool
    Third graders in more than 70 congregations across the southern U.S. are adopting the new Make, Create, Celebrate! Jewish Holidays through Art into their curriculum this fall.
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  6. Hebrew Choice and Possibilities: Now More Than Ever

    Hebrew Choice and Possibilities: Now More Than Ever
    It would almost be easier if the only choice of Hebrew approach was one-size-fits-all. But there’s no right answer. There are so many interesting and different ways students learn Hebrew these days.
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