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MOFET JTEC - Nishma: A Summer Of Torah Study in The JTS Beit Midrash

MOFET JTEC - Nishma: A Summer Of Torah Study in The JTS Beit Midrash | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
Spend the 2013 summer at Nishma at the JTS Beit Midrash; immerse yourself in Hebrew and Torah study, and help create a more engaged and more knowledge
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Researchers: Jerusalem structure was dining room of ancient city council - Archaeology

Researchers: Jerusalem structure was dining room of ancient city council - Archaeology | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
Archaeologist Alexander Onn compares the Second Temple era hall with Israel's parliamentary cafeteria, a modern meeting place of the ruling elite.
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Iron Age toilet is evidence Judean king dumped on the gods

Iron Age toilet is evidence Judean king dumped on the gods | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
'Throne room' found in Lachish's monumental gateway dates to period when Hezekiah centralized cult worship in Jerusalem
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6 new kids’ books for the Jewish New Year

6 new kids’ books for the Jewish New Year | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
These titles, hot off the presses, provide a charming way to help young children celebrate and understand the High Holidays.
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The Israelization of British Jewry: Balancing between home and homeland

This article examines British Jewry, providing historical context and drawing on interviews to explore the community’s shifting identity and culture. It argues that Britain represents a unique model between America and France. In America, where security is greater, Jewish ethnic ties are loosening, whereas in France, doubts over the Jewish community’s future increase their focus on Israel. While British Jews experience hostility, they feel safer than in France.
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Screen Video Recording - Screencastify

Screen Video Recording - Screencastify | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
Screencastify is a simple video screen capture software for Chrome. Just press record and the content of your tab, webcam or desktop is recorded. Easily create screencasts for video tutorials, record presentations etc.
Screencastify does not depend on any plugins (like Java, Flash or others), so runs on all platforms that run Chrome (Linux, Windows, OS X) or ChromeOS (Chromebooks and Chromeboxes).

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A useful tool for Chrome users.

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On Rosh Hashanah eve, Israel’s population hits 8.58 million

On Rosh Hashanah eve, Israel’s population hits 8.58 million | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
Country now has 6.4 million Jews, 1.8 million Arabs -- an overall increase of 2% over the previous year
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Visual Hunt: 350+ Million Photos For Free Commercial Use | NOUPE

Visual Hunt: 350+ Million Photos For Free Commercial Use | NOUPE | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
Stock provider Visual Hunt is not just something for bloggers, but also a good fit for professional use in graphic and web design.
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A Guide to Israel's Best Coffee Shops

A Guide to Israel's Best Coffee Shops | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it

Coffee has always been a popular drink in Israel, whether it was the instant coffee that Elite started manufacturing in familiar red tins in 1958, or café hafuch—literally upside-down coffee, an Israeli twist on cappuccino. But in recent years, Israelis have started drinking more good coffee

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The Pardes Companion to Yom Kippur

The Pardes Companion to Yom Kippur | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
The Companion is a collection of articles by faculty members to help prepare and guide you through the highlights of the Yom Kippur rituals and prayer service.
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How Filmmakers Are Using Videotherapy To Help the Bereaved in Israel

How Filmmakers Are Using Videotherapy To Help the Bereaved in Israel | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
Videotherapy has been pioneered at the Ma'aleh school in Israel, using video and storytelling techniques to help the bereaved confront trauma.
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6 surprising findings about Chabad on campus

6 surprising findings about Chabad on campus | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
Campus Chabad attendees are mostly non-Orthodox, they didn’t come for the booze and they’re not about to don black hats, according to a survey.
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The Branding Of Jewish Education

The Branding Of Jewish Education | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it

good brand delivers a credible promise that the target would like to personify. You don’t register with a day school. You share its values. Good branding creates a more committed, participating day school family. It provides more sharing than following and more involvement than apathy. With a credible and unique brand, parents, students and teachers can finally belong to a school, and not just enroll.

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Discourse Across Diversity (not Standardization) in Israel Education

Discourse Across Diversity (not Standardization) in Israel Education | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
Our belief in a culture of mutual respect and in the importance of multiple approaches to Israel education leads us to respond to their voices with our own call, one that is focused on helping teachers navigate dilemmas of practice, so that other leaders in Israel education will have the opportunity to reflect upon, advocate for, and debate about the central issues of our field
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Large First Temple Period Gate-Shrine Excavated in Central Israel

Large First Temple Period Gate-Shrine Excavated in Central Israel | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it

An important and unusual discovery was made in archaeological excavations that were carried out in the Tel Lachish National Park, an archaeological site located in the Shfela (lowland) region of Israel between Mount Hebron and the Mediterranean coast. The find is a gate-shrine from the First Temple period (eighth century BCE) in what archaeologists perceive as compelling evidence of King Hezekiah’s efforts to abolish idol worship there, as described in the Bible: “He removed the high places, smashed the sacred stones and cut down the Asherah poles…” (II Kings 18:4)

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Israel’s Bedouin get their close-up in Oscar entry ‘Sand Storm’

Israel’s Bedouin get their close-up in Oscar entry ‘Sand Storm’ | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
The film’s crew consisted of Jews, Muslim Arabs, Christian Arabs and Bedouins.
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8 Useful Educational Web Tools for Research Students

8 Useful Educational Web Tools for Research Students | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
There are a wide variety of web tools and mobile applications that facilitate researchers work and help them communicate and collaborate with the research community and easily share and disseminate research findings. Besides the numerous resources we reviewed here over the last few years, today we are sharing with you this interesting collection of web tools that student researchers can use to manage their references, compile bibliographies, generate citations, access journal articles and many more.
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A century on, celebrating the first Yiddish-language college course – Jeducation World

A century on, celebrating the first Yiddish-language college course – Jeducation World | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
A century on, celebrating the first Yiddish-language college course 2 days agoNews, Trends in Jewish EducationAdd comment 2-laying-v3-1024x734 These celluloid cylinders at the Mayrent Institute contain the oldest known examples of recorded Yiddish music, dating to about 1901. Photo: Ron Wiecki, Mills Music Library, UW–Madison. By David Tanenbaum One century ago, the University of Wisconsin became the first institution of higher education in the Americas – and perhaps the world – to teach Yiddish, the language of the eastern European Jews. Louis Bernard Wolfenson, a La Crosse native and UW alumnus, started teaching the classes in the semester that began Sept. 20, 1916, in the Department of Semitics and Hellenistic Greek.
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The Ein Gedi Torah Scroll? - TheTorah.com

The Ein Gedi Torah Scroll? - TheTorah.com | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
Ein Gedi Scroll Fragment, Israel Antiquities Authority. A Sensational New Technology Lying in storage for over forty years, a lump of carbonized parchment found in the 1970s excavation of the synagogue in Ein Gedi, has been partially deciphered using remarkable technology.[1] How sensational is this scroll? It is quite remarkable, at least to me, that scientists …
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Je Ne T’aime Pas Israel: Drop in French Jews’ Immigration to Israel

Je Ne T’aime Pas Israel: Drop in French Jews’ Immigration to Israel | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
Despite major efforts invested by the Israeli government to encourage French immigration, the number of Jews moving to Israel from France this year is expected to drop by 40 percent, according to a report published Monday. This sharp downturn has been attributed primarily to the failure of the government to effectively integrate these immigrants from Europe’s largest Jewish community into Israeli society.
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Israel consortium signs ‘historic’ 15-year, $10b gas deal with Jordan

Israel consortium signs ‘historic’ 15-year, $10b gas deal with Jordan | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
Amman electric company to purchase 45 billion cubic meters of gas from Leviathan field in the Mediterranean
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In Nigeria, Messianic Jews Join Contest for Souls of ‘Lost Tribe’

In Nigeria, Messianic Jews Join Contest for Souls of ‘Lost Tribe’ | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
In Nigeria, there are brewing tensions between international groups vying for the Igbo, a group that claims Israelite ancestry.
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The Hertog Study – Chabad On Campus | Berman Jewish Policy Archive @ Stanford University

his study, commissioned and funded by the Hertog Foundation, and conducted by a team of academic researchers, was undertaken to learn about Chabad on Campus International, an organization that seeks to enhance Jewish identity and practice among Jewish college students at almost 200 American college campuses. Campus centers are run by Orthodox married couples trained at rabbinical schools and seminaries run by the Chabad-Lubavitch movement.
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Sukkot Resource Pack - National Library of Israel

Sukkot Resource Pack - National Library of Israel | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
‏Sukkot is a wonderful festival! Explore the Sukkot, the Lulav and Etrog and other features of the festival with an historical angle with the primary sources from the National Library.
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Hallelujah! Assemble, Pray, Study – Synagogues Past and Present

Hallelujah! Assemble, Pray, Study – Synagogues Past and Present | Jewish Education Around the World | Scoop.it
Nearly four decades after the original museum’s inception, the Synagogue Hall remains one of the iconic features of Beit Hatfutsot. The permanent gallery, which previously housed a collection of 18 scale models of prominent synagogues from around the world, has been re-imagined to explore the diverse expressions of global Jewish Life.
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