Programs that enrich the classroom

Encourage your students to live, learn and love Jewish heritage and culture through an international community, using our turnkey combination of film and educational resources on a wide variety of special themed programs cultivated by our education team.

Unpacking big ideas in modern Jewish life

Educate, entertain and engage your students with programs that bring topics from Judaism and Israel to life either online or in your classroom. Give your students the opportunity to engage fully with meaningful days on the calendar for years to come.

Highlights & holidays in the Jewish calendar

Make commemorative and celebratory days relevant and meaningful for your students throughout the year with these programs. Both Jewish- and Israel-related holidays are provided complete with a full range of educational resources. These programs include videos, films and interactive Kahoot! games, together with guides and resources to implement them in all types of learning environments.

Our Programs page is divided into different categories that range from Jewish holidays to big ideas in modern Jewish life. Some programs can be used to teach about specific days on the calendar or can be used as evergreen topics in your classroom.

Each program can be taught by using either the full resource pack as your curriculum guide or through the individual resources. Whether you use everything available or just the modules that speak to you, each program provides meaningful and engaging information for your students.

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Teaching Strategies

How to discuss national elections and other controversial topics with your students

Use these five big ideas and dialectical thinking exercises to discuss controversial topics with your students. Dialectical thinking refers to the ability to view issues from multiple perspectives and arrive at a conclusion that reconciles seemingly contradictory information.

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