Course Developed by: Arielle Gereboff
San Diego Jewish Academy
Tanakh presents us with a rich variety of themes and teachings that cover the full spectrum of what it means to be human.
Course Developed by: Rabbi Peretz Hochbaum
What does the Torah teach us about the importance of establishing a Jewish homeland?
Course Developed by: Rabbi Tzvi Klugerman
This course will serve as an introduction to rabbinic literature, and specifically, the teachings of our ancient sages as found in the Mishna, the first major written compilation of the Jewish oral
Course Developed by: Tami Stalbow
Westchester Hebrew High School
Whether you are a great leader or an ordinary citizen, each of us has a part to play in the creation of human history.
Course Developed by: Ariel Rozen
Beth Yeshurun Day School
The immigrant experience in the United States is part of our shared history. Most Jews living in the U.S.
Course Developed by: Dr. Matt Reingold
Art provides us with a lens and a mirror to examine Judaism’s most profound teachings.
Course Developed by: Rabbi David Jaffe
Why is doing the right thing so hard even when we know what’s right? Mussar (ethics) is the Jewish wisdom tradition that teaches us how to act according to our highest values.
Course Developed by: Rabbi Hyiam Reiffman
Denver Academy of Torah
Tefillah, Jewish prayer, is at the heart of Jewish observance. And as Jews, we are asked to spend a significant amount of time involved in Tefillah.
Course Developed by: Dr. Jack Lipinsky
Associated Hebrew Schools of Toronto
In today’s digital world, most students spend a surprisingly significant number of hours online each week.
Course Developed by: Sara Wolkenfeld
How do legal authorities craft an ethical and functional justice system that addresses the needs of all members of society?
Course Developed by: Rabbi Jeffrey Schrager
In 1948, the State of Israel was established marking the first time in almost 2000 years that the Jewish people had sovereignty over their homeland.
Course Developed by Dr. Matt Reingold
Introduction to Jewish History - Part 1 represents the first semester of a full-year exploration of major events in the history of the Jewish people.