Transform your teaching experience

Videos and resources that explore the story of Israel and the Jewish people, in all its complexity, meaning and sophistication. We’ll help you ask the big questions and allow your students to find their own unique answers.

Teach with nuance

Expose your students to multiple viewpoints on challenging questions and issues, showing that life is rarely black and white.

Leverage film and media

Unlock your students' passion for Judaism with the exciting world of film and media

For educators, by educators

Unpacked for Educators was not developed by an NGO or any government; it was developed by teachers for teachers

The Weekly

Use these resources for teaching Israeli current events and related evergreen topics

Temple Mount Controversy

Last Sunday, on the Jewish fast of Tisha B’Av, a record number of Jews – 1,729 – visited the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. The day was also the start of Eid al-Adha, a Muslim holiday, so tens of thousands of Muslims also visited the site in the morning.

Ayelet Shaked and the United Right

Who is Ayelet Shaked? 43-year-old Ayelet Shaked grew up in Tel Aviv, where she still lives. She holds degrees in electrical engineering and computer science and worked in hi-tech before her foray into politics in 2006.

We've Rebranded!

The Jerusalem U Media Lab is now
Unpacked for Educators!

Our new name and website more clearly reflect what we’re here to do for you – unpack the exciting and rich story of Israel and the Jewish people – so you can bring it to your students. 

 

Be sure to check out our videos, feature films, webinars and programs!