Hebrew In Harmony
Posted: November 06, 2019||
Beneath the surface prayer program is a rigorous pedagogic structure that has been carefully crafted to home in on specific concepts, skills, and content.
Parent support and encouragement is key to student learning. This is especially true when introducing a new curriculum that has an at-home component, such as Hebrew in Harmony.
Here are some strategies to get parents comfortable and on board:
- • Make sure children are utterly familiar with the app before sending home information to parents. Use it in class to play the music and watch the introductory videos. Give students opportunities to practice reading Hebrew and playing the games so they can later teach their parents how the app works. The app is available on all devices, and we recommend accessing via an iPad for the best experience.
- • Hold a parent session to demonstrate the app (that their children have already excitedly told them about) and explain the benefits of regular Hebrew practice at home
- • Send parents a
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Hebrew in Harmony Digital is now easier to access than ever before. Students, teachers, and administrators can now set up and sign in from the app itself.Read more »
Posted: July 24, 2019||
Coming August 15, Hebrew in Harmony Digital will be available with a new simple setup to ensure easy access for students, teachers, and administrators.
No email addresses or passwords to remember - the app will remember you every time!
Note: If you're already set up with Hebrew in Harmony Digital in the Online Learning Center, you can continue to access it there. This is an alternate option.
Here's how it will work:
• Purchase a license for the app (one per user) from behrmanhouse.com. Make sure you're signed into your account. If you don't have an account, you can create one on the spot.
After August 15:
• Download and open the app or view it on a computer. The administrator or education director will be prompted to sign into the app using the a
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Want to set an upbeat tone for your Hebrew curriculum, starting on DAY ONE?
Introduce Hebrew in Harmony by focusing first on the music – the driving force behind the program that will help students and teachers connect with the material right away.
(Hebrew in Harmony assumes students can already decode, so be sure you’ve assessed their decoding skills at the beginning of the school year.)
The following introductory lesson will give students a taste of what’s ahead and help them acclimate to the new materials.
Advance preparation: All the music for the series is in the digital app. Music for each prayer includes a traditional melody plus 3-4 mu