Internet tutoring is on leading edge of use of technology beyond the classroom.
Walk around Temple Micah when religious school is in session, and you will see children praying, having discussions and working on art projects.
What you won’t find are alef-bet drill sessions, or language instruction of any kind.
While Hebrew is on the curriculum at this 485-family Reform congregation in Washington, D.C., students now do all their Hebrew learning from home, through private tutoring sessions conducted via the Internet videoconferencing service Skype.
On eve of JOFA conference, younger women eschew exclusive services for ‘partnership’ minyanim.
A Crown Heights thoroughfare known for baby carriages, yeshiva bochers and the occasional Mitzvah Tank is about to be home to a trendy pizzeria and wine bar, the first exclusively kosher wine bar in the city.
Basil Pizza & Wine Bar, located at the corner of Kingston Avenue and Lincoln Place, is scheduled to open at the end of next week and will serve a variety of kosher wines, gourmet pizzas and Mediterranean-inspired dishes under the supervision of OK Kosher Certification.