|ADL Curriculum Connections
|Anti-bias lesson plans and resources for K-12 educators.
|Site with many explanations about Jewish life and ritual.
|American Jewish University
|The official website of the American Jewish University.
|American Technion Society
| The leading American organization promoting education in science and technology as well as scientific innovation and entrepreneurship in Israel through support of the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology.
| AMIT stands for "Americans for Israel and Torah." Founded in 1925, AMIT has a proud history of service to Israel and the Jewish people. AMIT in Hebrew is an acronym for "Irgun Mitnadvot l'ma'an Yisrael v'Torata" (Organization of Volunteers for Israel and her Torah). AMIT is Religious Zionist Education Newtwork.
|Great Jewish publications.
|Areyvut's mission is to strengthen each school's commitment to chesed , tzedakah , and tikkun olam , thereby enriching the experience of every Jewish student's education.
|Academy for Initiatives and Directions in Jewish education.
|A magazine aimed at elementary school kids with a focus on news of Jewish interest, religious holidays and cultural events, etc.
|The “Educators” section contains the following links to educator resources: “In the Classroom” has tools for educators to plan courses, prepare lessons, enrich instruction, and involve families in the religious school program; “Principal’s Co-Op” has programs and practices from Jewish schools across the country; “Open Lion” has past issues of the Behrman House newsletter and “Podcasts” with authors of Behrman House resources.
|The, free, online Bible Quiz contains more than 3,000
multiple choice questions about the 5 books of Moses.
Choose a chapter and timer setting, then the fun begins. The quiz, randomly, selects questions from its database, thus no two quizes are alike. There is, also, a database browser for reviewing and printing the Questions with the correct Answers. Adults, as well as children will find the quiz entertaining and very educational.
|Board of Education of Greater New York
|Offers a wide range of educational enrichment opportunities.
|The coalition for the advancement of Jewish education, CAJE, maintains an excellent curriculum bank.
|Re-Imagining Jewish Education for the 21st Century.
|Center for Jewish History
This website contains web exhibitions from the following five Jewish institutions dedicated to history, culture, and art:
-The American Jewish Historical Society
-The American Sephardi Federation
-The Leo Baeck Institute
-Yeshiva University Museum
-The YIVO Institute for Jewish Research
|An online tool that enables Jewish educators to share resources. Educators upload their lesson plans and activities. Users must register and create an account in order to upload or download lesson plans. There are different sections for grade levels. Also, a teacher’s forum is available for communication amongst educators.
|Jewish Computer Software Company
Jewish Education and Entertainment
Jewish Education and Entertainment web site includes: My Hebrew Dictionary, My Hebrew Picture Dictionary, Hebrew Sign Maker, Israel Geography Game, Jewish Wisdom Database and more.
|Offers academic courses and degrees for Jewish educators.
|Hebrew University of Jerusalem
|The official site of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
|The International website of Hillel, the Foundation for Jewish campus life.
|Jewish Holiday Website Links
| Jacob Richman has created a myriad of links to educational materials about the Jewish holidays
|Jewish Education Service of North America (JESNA)
JESNA works to promote excellence in Jewish education by focusing on six key areas: day school quality and affordability; congregational and communal education; Jewish youth; recruiting and developing Jewish educators; using media and technology; and utilizing research and evaluation.
|Jewish Interactive Studies
Jewish Interactive Studies (JIS) seeks to provide accessible Jewish education to Jewish adults of all educational and religious backgrounds. JIS will use the Internet for offering structured online courses that are based on study of classical Jewish texts.
|Jewish Theological Seminary
The official site of the Jewish Theological Seminary of the Conservative Movement.
|The Jewish Lens is a curriculum for middle and high school students. The learning program uses the work of photographer Zion Ozeri to explore diverse Jewish communities and their traditions. Students then focus on their own communities - documenting their communal values on film and curating on-site exhibits of their work. The project culminates with an exhibition that ties together the work of students from all participating schools. For educators and students, the website provides links to the sites of world Jewish communities, American history, the Talmud, Jews and photography and photography for social change.
|Jewish Women’s Archives
|An extensive collection of material on the history of American Jewish women. Teachers will find the section Go & Learn useful pjwa.org/teach/golearn. It has primary documents and lesson plans. Also, the website contains an encyclopedia of famous Jewish women. There are multimedia exhibits with lesson plans as well.
|Jewish Partisans Educational Foundation-Curriculum
|The Jewish Partisans Educational Foundation curriculum RESIST for 6th – 12th grade students is divided into the four main subject areas: history, values, leadership and heroes.
|Jewish Literacy Exhibit by Jeffrey Spitzer
|Hebrew terms, with transliteration and the definitions. A good site to quickly look up Hebrew phrases and words related to Jewish life.
|Judaic Arts Kits
|Offers a broad spectrum of hands-on artistic activities, workshops etc. for schools and organizations.
|Trope trainer for teachers and students.
|The Virtual Resource Center aims to meet the needs of Jewish educators by making available curricular materials and by facilitating interaction between Jewish educators.
|Mesora.org - Judaism 101
| Judaism101 is a new tool offering high school students assistance with questions on Judaism, Parsha, Talmud, or personal issues, as well as social activities and updates. The venue is is non confrontational, so students will feel
comfortable asking anything on their minds.
|Morim is a resource center with many programs and activities for community professionals.
|My Jewish Learning.com
|The personal gateway to Jewish exploration.
|National Jewish Coalition for Literacy
| TheNational Jewish Coalition for Literacy's mission is to bring the skills and the concerns of America's Jews to bear on the scandal of illiteracy by effecting a dramatic increase in the organized Jewish community's involvement in the fight against illiteracy and in the number of Jews involved in that fight.
|National Yiddish Book Center
| The National Yiddish Book Center is a vibrant, non-profit organization working to rescue Yiddish and other modern Jewish books and celebrate the culture they contain.
|Orthodx Union of Judaism official website
|Partners in Torah
| Jewishly motivated adults are paired up with their own personal telephone “mentor”, to study any topic in Judaism of mutual interest.
|Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association
| The Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association (RRA), established in 1974, is the professional association of Reconstructionist Rabbis.
|A website with general information about Reform Judaism and the Reform movement in North America.
|Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies
| Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies, Inc. is a non-profit organization that is engaged in a significant educational revolution in Israel and Europe.
|Smart Board Jewish Educational Database
|A database of SMART Board lessons submitted by Jewish educators throughout the world. In this site, lessons can be downloaded through a search or by browsing the various lesson subjects and topics. Lessons can be submitted as well. Each lesson will be reviewed and then posted. A selection of Useful Links and Library of SMART Board resources is also available.
|Torah 4 Kids
|A multimedia approach to teaching parsha all year long.
|The Joseph B. Solovetchik Institute
|Teaching Fellowships and materials.
|Teva Learning Center
|The Teva Learning Center, North America's foremost Jewish Environmental Education Institute, is a non-denominational educational service for participants from throughout the Jewish community. Working with Jewish Day Schools, Congregational Schools, synagogues, camps and youth groups, Teva's programs touch the lives of 6,000 participants annually.
|A website to help teachers create media-rich Teaching Heritage lessons quickly and effectively using an interactive atlas and timeline, multimedia presentations, and an encyclopedia of Jewish History.
|Union of Reform Judaism
| The Union of Refom Judaism, the central body of the Reform Movement in North America.
|United Jewish Federation of San Diego
|The United Jewish Federation is dedicated to building a vibrant and inclusive local Jewish community. It is where philanthropy, volunteerism and shared commitment come together to make a difference.
|Wexner Heritage Foundation
| The purpose of the Wexner Heritage Foundation is to educate Jewish communal leaders in the history, thought, traditions and contemporary challenges of the Jewish people.
|World Union of Jewish Students
|The official website of the World Union of Jewish Students, based in Israel.
|YIVO Institute for Jewish Research
| YIVO safeguards the history of East European Jewry in its archives and library.