Hebrew In Harmony
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 t
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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.
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When Temple De Hirsch Sinai in Seattle adopted Hebrew in Harmony last year, educators wanted to ensure that the students had access to the rich content of the app in class. With more students than ipads, the school turned to small groups as a strategy.
Stacey Delcau, director of education at the school, invested in headphones and splitters so two students could be on an iPad at the same time.
Teachers in grades four and five devised small-group stations for students to rotate through during their lessons. While a teacher worked on reading with a small group, students at other stations worked on assignments in the Hebrew in Harmony journals, or related art projects, while other students practiced their Hebrew reading or watched the videos explaining the meaning of a prayer on the iPad.
“We’ve had success with stations and small groups using this curriculum,” says Delcau. “It gives teachers one more tool at their disposal