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A Woman Learning Talmud

by Dobra Levitt (Jerusalem, Israel)

       I love my Talmud Torah class.  It meets one morning a week in a shul in the heart of Jerusalem.  And just as no other place in the world has a heart like the heart of Jerusalem, no other Talmud teacher is quite like ours.  1,342 more words

American Jewry

So, You're Thinking About Homeschooling

I had always wanted to homeschool even before we had our first child.  I wrote about our homeschooling journey here.  Maybe your oldest child is nearing school age and you are wondering (possibly panicking!) as to what to do to give them the best education possible. 1,378 more words


Look at this incredible art work!

On Monday morning, Miss Moffat had a brilliant start to her day. 7 year old Jade brought her some outstanding art work that she had completed at home. 19 more words


Character Strength Builders Part 2

Here is the second installment of Character Strength Builders! I hope you enjoyed yesterdays part 1.

  1. Creativity: Practicing divergent thinking is one of the most important research-based interventions to boost creativity.
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When I was a young girl, I was also lucky enough to have a personal experience that inspired my desired life path. I didn’t think is was a positive experience until later; years later actually, but it was so important that I experienced it. 660 more words

Life Decisions

Holy Spirit Led Learning

We are an unschooling family. Although I grew up traditionally schooled,  I can look back and see that, even when I didn’t know anything about the term or that it even existed, I was always an unschooler at heart. 1,066 more words


What child is this

What child is this, who, laid to rest . . . .

Snow is falling. Huge flakes like white feathers shaken from the sky, a rare thing in the North Carolina Piedmont at the beginning of December. 359 more words

Fran Haley