Chani Richmond, a middle school teacher at Hebrew Academy RASG in Miami Beach, Florida, is one of twelve partner educators in Sefaria’s 2017-2018 School Partnership Initiative. An educator with 20 years of experience, Chani has spent that time exploring new educational technologies and experimenting with bringing innovations happening in general studies classrooms across the country into her Judaic Studies classroom. She credits a 2008 blizzard and the resulting Google slides presentation that she and her students worked on remotely together as her aha moment in which she came to truly understand the potential of collaborative online learning. Read More
We’re a month into 2018 and we have dozens of new texts, commentaries, and translations in the library. Here a few highlights:
Would you like to know how many million words are available to you in Sefaria’s library? How about the most common source sheet topics for you to explore? Or the number of known links between our texts?
Sefaria is growing fast and has more to offer you with every passing month. Here is the latest look at some of our metrics:
Discover what people are studying on Sefaria!
Topics is a handy new way to search Jewish texts by subject and explore what’s trending.
Now, when you’re ready to “share” your source sheet, you have the option to write a summary to help others understand what you’re teaching or the discussion you’re leading. You’ll also be prompted to add topical tags to make your sheet more searchable.
See this new feature below on a source sheet that explores how and when we can properly express our gratitude through three biblical stories.