Do you want a stellar Hebrew education with the greatest convenience? Online Hebrew learning is here to stay, and now your children can receive excellent Hebrew instruction from the convenience of your own home, at a time that works best for your family’s schedule!
Atlanta Hebrew Connection is a community collaboration between Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, Shalom Learning (a nationally renowned leader in Jewish education), and 3 local synagogues: Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Temple Kol Emeth, and Congregation Shearith Israel. Key components of the program include:
- Synchronous, small group learning sessions (3-5 students in each)
- Excellent curriculum and instruction methods
- Top-quality teachers
- Social connections among students from different congregations and/or parts of the community
- Choosing a class time that works best for your family
- NOT having to battle Atlanta traffic in the middle of the week!
What this program IS:
- A program for learning to read and decode Hebrew.
- A program for learning Hebrew prayers for Shabbat services and understanding the meaning of the prayers.
- Will this program prepare children to become B’nei Mitzvah?
- While students will learn to read Hebrew and prayers, Atlanta Hebrew Connection does not include Torah or Haftarah reading or learning trope (chanting of the text). This is not a B’nei Mitzvah tutoring program.
- Does this take the place of religious school?
- Atlanta Hebrew Connection is not a full online religious school, as it will not include other subject areas such as holidays, values, Torah, history, rituals, Israel, etc. This is a Hebrew-only program that complements other educational experiences.
Reflecting on the online Hebrew learning experience of the past year, Education Directors said:
- “It worked phenomenally!”
- “The small groups enhance the students’ learning and the online instruction was easier for working parents.”
Keep the success and momentum going – Register now for Atlanta Hebrew Connection!
Let’s learn, let’s explore, let’s CONNECT.
Questions? Contact Rabbi Elana Perry.