Resources & Research

The Jewish Education Project is actively tracking trends and opportunities related to educational innovation. We have also learned a great deal from our previous projects and gleaned significant insights and resources that we are sharing here. Through curated resources and original research, we help educators and Jewish communal leaders better understand – and more effectively address – how to adapt models, respond to new research, and hold onto the best of what we have already re-imagined. You can browse or sort through our resources below and you will find them spread throughout our site, labeled Related Resources.

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Educational Technology
Hear from teachers who tried out game based learning in their classrooms.
Resource Guide
A resource guide for Jewish educators and youth professionals in the aftermath of the fatal mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
How we can provide our students and youth with the emotional support that they need now, and to empower this generation to bring about the change they want to see in this world. Access our webinar recording and resources.
Not able to attend our Jewish Futures Conference on Civic Education? Attended, but want to review and share with others?
Model Adaptation
Congregation Tifereth Israel (CTI), Glen Cove, NY. CTI learners and their families participate in hands-on experiential learning. The curriculum focuses on Jewish values learned through our stories (both modern and ancient).
Educator Spotlight
Jenny Kritchevski shares how her work with The Jewish Education Project's Tech for Learning Initiative is helping her support teachers in integrating technology and meet the needs of every student.
Resource Guide
The following articles, videos, website, initiatives, and webinars, have been selected in tandem with our Jewish Futures Conference 2017 tackling the question of How Can Jewish Civics Education Elevate American Democracy?
Resource Guide
How do you make your way through the many digital resources out there on Israel and on Israel’s 70th from a myriad of viewpoints, agendas, and political persuasions? We offer a place to start and a sample of some that we find thought-provoking and worth exploring.
Educational Technology
Start the year off by experimenting with these up-and-coming EdTech tools.