TOOLS FOR TORAH: a
one-stop, dynamic resource for Jewish studies, where teachers and
educators collaborate online, utilizing the latest in technology
to create and share Judaic study aids and materials with other
teachers, schools and the rest of the world.
TOOLS FOR TORAH: benefitting students of all ages, interests and learning styles, at school, home or on the go.
TOOLS FOR TORAH: providing
students with the skills, motivation and excitement that will help them
create a live connection to the Torah, and use it as a
personal guide for life.
TOOLS FOR TORAH:
guiding teachers to focus on the essential lessons of the Torah, while
providing them with educational materials and ideas that hone skills in
comprehension and understanding of the Torah.
What is unique about Tools for Torah?
Tools for Torah will explore the Torah as our inspiration
for life, making Torah learning relevant, motivating and
exciting, while bringing our history and rituals to life
in hands-on programs and exciting projects, utilizing the
latest available research and developments on the related
Tools for Torah will provide high caliber, customizable
educational tools and materials – not curricular ideas –
to a broad audience and range of needs in a variety of languages.
All the materials will be created by educators, for teachers,
parents, students and lay people, guided by educational
Tools for Torah will provide the tools for students
of all ages to progress from basic Torah study skills through
higher order thinking, encompassing a variety of learning
styles and levels.
Tools for Torah’s online program, projects and materials
will continually improve based on ongoing collaboration,
feedback and input from participating educators and subscribing
members, from around the world.
Tools for Torah
will initially focus on Torah/Chumash Studies, creating
customizable Chumash unit materials making them available
to pilot schools and subscribers as they are created. Once
the Chumash program is launched, Tools for Torah will expand
its focus to other areas of Judaic Studies.
15 pilot schools, 50 creative teachers and educators and
scores of independent home-schoolers are involved in the