Have some untested ideas? Some hypotheses about what might improve Hebrew education in supplementary schools On this page we'd like to explore the "edge of possibility." What might we do to better support the learning of Hebrew in our congregational schools? Note that the question is specific to congregations, with all the challenges related to students, teachers and milieu inherent in this educational setting.

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A "Can-this-be-adapted" thought for congregational education >> Twebrew School - The First Social Media Hebrew School for Adults (from the National Jewish Outreach Project). See this description: [Posted by Nachama Moskowitz]. Feel free to share your thoughts in the Discussion Tab (above).