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Educators Webinar- Hebrew Language Research - Shared screen with speaker view
Rachel Sisk-USCJ-Los Angeles
54:03
If you have questions, now is a great time to put them into the chat box
Sue Lasser Greenville SC
54:18
Can we have a copy of the powerpoint?
Sue Lasser Greenville SC
54:56
Thanks!
Rachel Sisk-USCJ-Los Angeles
54:58
You will get follow up information including a link to the recording, the power point and links to the articles mentioned
Mark and Cher
55:04
What is the minimum amount of contact hours that can reasonably be expected to produce Hebrew decoding profiency for synagogue participation?
Andrea Katz, Medford, MA
55:14
Will USCJ be willing to provide funding for Hebrew training for Jewish educators?
Rabbi Julie Schwarzwald (she/her) CBI Millburn NJ
55:32
More a comment - by the same thinking, it's not really "religious school" either...
Mira Sussman: Ann Arbor, MI
55:59
Since many of our schools are going remote this year (and therefore we can’t use our bulletin boards), does anyone have Jewish Life Vocabulary bitmoji classrooms that they are willing to share?
eddirector@spokanetbs.org
56:00
can oyu share more details about the national resources for Hebrew teachers
Michael Schatz Har Zion Philadelphia
56:04
How are synagogues dealing with the bifurcation of Ramah and Day school students who have much more exposure to Hebrew, and religious school students who appear to be getting less and less and in many settings are not learning anywhere nearly enough to even participate in a typical Conservative synagogue Shabbat service?
Ilana Rogel-Wieder Aliso Viejo, CA
56:11
What are some of the online training resources?
Andrea Katz, Medford, MA
56:27
Agreed! I used to be asked if I was "datiyah" in Israel when I explained that I was a teacher in a Religious School :)
Andrea Katz, Medford, MA
58:47
I am interested in best practices for virtual Hebrew education - can you address whether this can be found on the internet.
Rachel Sisk-USCJ-Los Angeles
59:23
https://www.onwardhebrew.org/
Andrea Katz, Medford, MA
01:04:40
Yes, I am familiar with those resources that you mentioned - thanks!
Ilana Rogel-Wieder Aliso Viejo, CA
01:04:48
can you post the links to these resources?
Jennifer Beard (Temple Israel Portsmouth NH)
01:04:53
how do you make Tefillah practice meaningful rather than rote repetition
Rachel Sisk-USCJ-Los Angeles
01:04:54
https://www.jewishinteractive.org/
Andrea Katz, Medford, MA
01:05:51
Will you be sharing with leadership at USCJ & offer our teachers training?
Rachel Sisk-USCJ-Los Angeles
01:05:52
behrmanhouse.com
Jennifer Beard (Temple Israel Portsmouth NH)
01:06:01
can we still access the training for moving online?
Rachel Sisk-USCJ-Los Angeles
01:07:22
hebrewthroughmovement.org
Rabbi Nicki Greninger - Lafayette, CA
01:08:12
Tefillah Education in the 21st Century by Rabbi Nicki Greninger in the Journal of Jewish Education
Rabbi Nicki Greninger - Lafayette, CA
01:08:40
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/15244113.2010.521882
Rabbi Nicki Greninger - Lafayette, CA
01:09:49
http://rabbigreninger.blogspot.com/2015/09/why-jquest-instead-of-religious-school.html
Rabbi Sendrow--Carmel, IN
01:10:19
Hebrew For Life
Gail Kaiser - Nanuet Hewbrew Center, New City, NY
01:10:26
Will we be able to get the comments in the chat window along with the recording and power point?
Janis Knight, Salem MA
01:10:27
We are the Center for Jewish Education (CJE)
Andrea Katz, Medford, MA
01:10:30
Temple Shalom Religious School
Rabbi Julie Schwarzwald (she/her) CBI Millburn NJ
01:10:34
I rebranded one to Kesher Innovative Jewish Learning
Kelley Gludt B'more MD
01:10:45
Jewish Discovery Lab
Gail Kaiser - Nanuet Hewbrew Center, New City, NY
01:11:15
Our's is called Makom
Janis Knight, Salem MA
01:11:29
Torah School was what they called it in Ventura, CA
Maya Friedlander
01:11:33
Passport to Jewish Learning
Rabbi Larry Freedman
01:11:51
If the kids say Jew school, they say it with ownership and pride. Totally appropriate for them, not for my letterhead.
Michael Schatz Har Zion Philadelphia
01:12:31
the term “hebrew school” probably doesn’t come from Hebrew language anyway. It is a 19th century term when Hebrew was a more polite way of saying Jewish, hence Union of American Hebrew Congregations, Hebrew Education Society, etc.
Janis Knight, Salem MA
01:12:51
I had figured that, actually!
Rabbi Larry Freedman
01:12:59
Hebrew school is just legacy. I use it depending on whom I’m speaking. Or rather let it slide based on the age of the person. We have a name for our program J-JEP but I refer to our religious school which has a Hebrew componant.
Janis Knight, Salem MA
01:13:00
It wasn't language but racial/
steven stern tbobt clark
01:13:21
what % will rely on transliteration at BM
Rabbi Larry Freedman
01:13:26
Hebrew School = Jew School
Andrea Katz
01:15:08
Thank you for this excellent presentation and question and answer session, also for your study! Stay safe & healthy!
Louis Nagel (Columbia, MD)
01:16:15
Thank you Sarah, Nikki and Miriam
Eli Havivi
01:16:24
interesting presentation. thank you Miriam and presenters!
Gail Kaiser - Nanuet Hewbrew Center, New City, NY
01:17:17
Thank you to everyone for an excellent presentation! I can't wait to share it with my colleagues who couldn't join us today!!
Janis Knight, Salem MA
01:18:02
Thank you all!
Victoria Eller, Merrick,NY
01:18:17
thank you!
Tracy Savageaux - Swampscott, MA
01:18:21
Thank you
Noga Vieman
01:18:26
Thank you!
Rachel Sisk-USCJ-Los Angeles
01:18:53
https://thecommons.uscj.org/
Janis Knight, Salem MA
01:18:55
Yasher kochahen!
Sheryl Eskowitz, Houston, TX
01:18:57
Thank you!
Andrea Katz
01:19:41
Shanah Tovah, Everyone - thanks!
Jennifer Beard (Temple Israel Portsmouth NH)
01:19:42
can teachers vs directors access the commons?