Two weeks ago we got a call from an educator asking if it was possible to get posters for each of the values in Eizehu Gibor. We talked about it and decided it was a good idea.
Now available are a complete set of 16 values posters—one from each chapter of Eizehu Gibor. Each full-color poster is 12×18 inches. You can see the posters and get more information at http://tinyurl.com/3fbnvr. Eizehu Gibor Posters will be $34.00.
Once we got started, we couldn’t stop. Also available is a set of Artzeinu Posters featuring the ten cities and regions highlighted in the text. The Artzeinu Posters are 18×12 inches and are suitable for posting or framing. You can get more information and see them at http://tinyurl.com/3tmbk3t.
Artzeinu Posters will be $24.00.
For a limited time only, you can purchase the Eizehu Gibor Posters for $28.00, and the Artzeinu Posters for $18.20. Place your order on the web and enter the coupon code Pv98r. If you are placing the order over the phone at 800-689-0793, just let our staff know that you have coupon code Pv98r.
This coupon is good until August 20, 2011.
Torah Aura invites you to join in these upcoming webinars on Experiential Jewish Education and our two new experiential texts—Experiencing the Jewish Holidays and Experiencing the Torah.
Each webinar, to be held at PGI Meet, begins at 1:00 p.m. EST/10:00 a.m. PST, and will run 30–40 minutes.
Sign up for webinars by clicking on the title of the webinar, or RSVP below for upcoming webinars.
This webinar is already oversubscribed. No more reservations will be accepted. Dr. Bryfman has agreed to do another webinar. Stay tuned for a new date.
So you’ve heard about this term, and you may even have been to summer camp or Jewish youth group – but when it gets down to it, what exactly is experiential Jewish education? This session will look at some of the philosophical and pedagogical underpinnings of one of the most powerful approaches to Jewish learning and identity development in the 21st century.
This session is co-sponsored by the Jewish Education Project.
Dr. David Bryfman is the Director of the New Center for Collaborative Leadership and Teen Engagement of the Jewish Education Project. He is one of Jewish Education’s leading experts in Experiential Education.
In these webinar for teachers, Joel Lurie Grishaver explains the new Torah Aura experiential texts—Experiencing the Jewish Holidays (September 13) and Experiencing the Torah (September 14). Joel quickly introduces the concepts behind experiential education, and discusses the ways teachers can use these texts to introduce and hep students experience the material.