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Written by Behrman House Staff, 21 of May, 2012

San Francisco's Contemporary Jewish Museum Offers Free Resources

Our friends at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco contacted us with a wonderful offer for Jewish educators: free Shavuot resources based on museum exhibits. Elizheva Hurvich, Jewish Community Liaison at CJM, sent along a Torah-based project to help your students find meaning in Shavuot.

Written by Behrman House Staff, 21 of May, 2012

Welcome Summer: Resources for Shavuot

Prepare for Shavuot and enjoy the start of the summer season with our selection of educational resources, summer reading, games, crafts, and recipes. Read more.

Written by Behrman House Staff, 18 of May, 2012

Arguing for the Sake of Heaven: Teach Teens the Art of Jewish Debate

Formal debate encourages students to think, analyze, articulate, organize, prioritize, listen, and cooperate. Rabbi Barry L. Schwartz calls to revive debate in the Jewish classroom and gives a guide to engage students in this fun and effective way to learn.

Written by Behrman House Staff, 18 of May, 2012

DeLeT at Brandeis Seeks Future Teachers

Do you know someone who would be an ideal candidate for the DeLeT MAT (Master of Arts in Teaching) at Brandeis? DeLeT prepares teachers for Jewish day schools. Learn more about this exciting program.

Written by Behrman House Staff, 25 of April, 2012

Teachers as Partners: Easing the Way into the Online Learning Center

How can I get my teachers excited and motivated about using the Online Learning Center? That’s the most common question education directors ask as we roll out the new Online Learning Center. We can help!

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