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Signature Grant

The Jewish Lens at The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot

The Jewish Lens at The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot

American Friends of Beit Hatfutsot – To manage, develop, and promote The Jewish Lens program throughout North America (including Canada, the United States, and Mexico). Beit Hatfutsot will enhance the curriculum, add new visual art forms, increase the program’s digital presence, and design three specific program tracks to better serve the needs of learners.

Signature Grant

The Jewish Court of All Time

The Jewish Court of All Time

The William Davidson Graduate School of Jewish Education, The Jewish Theological Seminary – To expand the Jewish Court of All Time program by enhancing its civic engagement content, increasing the number of schools served, and providing additional professional development opportunities for educators.

Signature Grant

TikkunXDesign/Beta Midrash

TikkunXDesign/Beta Midrash

Jewish Community Day School of Rhode Island – To support the creation and expansion of the school’s TikkunXDesign and Beta Midrash programs, which integrate Jewish texts, traditions, and values with human-centered Design Thinking and STEAM education. Through this grant, the Jewish Community Day School of Rhode Islane (JCDSRI) will focus on two related programs, the expansion of its Tikkun...

Signature Grant

Sefaria Partnership Initiative Repository

Sefaria Partnership Initiative Repository

Sefaria Inc. – To create the Sefaria Partnership Initiative Repository through which Sefaria will document and distribute best practices and tools related to the teaching and learning of Jewish texts online. Dedicated to building the future of Jewish learning in an open and participatory way, Sefaria is assembling a free “living library” of Jewish texts in Hebrew and in English translat...

Signature Grant

Project Zug: Connecting through Online Learning

Project Zug: Connecting through Online Learning

To make personally tailored online Jewish chevruta learning accessible to Jews around the world. Project Zug has participants from across the religious spectrum and from a total of 14 different countries. The content of their courses are presented in both English and Hebrew. Project Zug is expanding the definition of “Jewish learning” by offering courses on topics that include the sp...

Signature Grant

Studio G-dcast 2.0: Training a National Cadre of Jewish Text Animators

Studio G-dcast 2.0: Training a National Cadre of Jewish Text Animators

To fund an expansion of the Studio G-dcast Media Beit Midrash program by training a national cadre of educators to independently implement its methodology for using animation as a tool for Jewish text study as well as developing an online course geared towards b’nei mitzvah students and their teachers. Bim-Bam sought to scale their impact through two offerings: a summer intensive training at th...

Ignition Grant

Kulanu NNJ ETC: EdTech Training for Congregational Schools

Kulanu NNJ ETC: EdTech Training for Congregational Schools

To train congregational school teachers to effectively integrate educational technology in classrooms by providing pre-service and in-service training in educational technology integration through JETS Israel, Inc. to a cohort of teachers from 10 Conservative and Reform congregations in Northern New Jersey, in partnership with the local Federation (JFNNJ) and JTS. The program plans to incorporate ...

Ignition Grant

SermonSlam

SermonSlam

To expand SermonSlam, a “poetry slam for sermons, poems, stories, narratives, plays and anything else short and on-topic,” into a regular source of new, creative Jewish expression in dozens of cities around the world as well as online. Created by Jewish Public Media, an online content producer focusing on podcast production, Sermon Slam seeks to “champion Jewish creative expression in all it...

Signature Grant

Project 613: The RTFH Digital Badging Project Implementation

Project 613: The RTFH Digital Badging Project Implementation

To complete development, implementation, and roll-out of a digital badging system that, fully integrated with the congregational school curriculum (for grades K-7) in a Reform Jewish congregation, will support the blending of in-class and at-home learning objectives to more effectively engage and motivate students and their families while deepening their appreciation of and participation in Jewish...

Signature Grant

New Media in Jewish Studies Collaborative

New Media in Jewish Studies Collaborative

The Digital Storytelling in Jewish Studies project enabled Citizen Film to collaborate with Judaic Studies professors at underserved academic institutions on digital storytelling that inspired a passion for Jewish Studies. Citizen Film subsequently received a Covenant Foundation Signature grant in 2014 to continue this project. Through this project, Citizen Film cultivated and trained a profession...