STEP UP FOR ISRAEL
8-12th GRADE ISRAEL EDUCATION
Educate and inspire your students to form a relationship with Israel and to independently examine some of the state’s fundamental issues. Your students will walk away from this film-based curriculum informed and empowered to speak up and step up for the State of Israel.
Featuring leading Middle East experts Professor Alan Dershowitz, Sir Martin Gilbert, Professor Bernard Lewis, and more, as well as the award-winning film Israel Inside and Beneath the Helmet.
BENEATH THE HELMET
ISRAEL INSIDE U
Seven-Part Informal Education Program for 5th Grade and Up
This one-of-a-kind program takes a fresh approach to inspiring students, reinforcing their feeling of pride in Israel, and building a sense of belonging to the Jewish People.
The program begins with the award-winning documentary film Israel Inside: How a Small Nation Makes a Big Difference and centers around six actualizers – unique character traits that have enabled Israelis to succeed against all odds. The program combines 10-minute film clips and interactive activities.
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Jerusalem U's Israel Inside/Out course is an excellent curriculum for any school seeking to educate and inspire their students to be knowledgable, literate and proud Zionists.
Rabbi Joshua Spodek, Head of Judaics Scheck Hillel, N Miami Beach
You have thought of everything, from asking the questions that puzzle the students to giving the kind of information that both satisfies them and allows them to use themselves in a visually exciting and captivating way"
Orit Jacobson, Head of Jewish Life and Hebrew, Masada College, Sydney Australia
Jerusalem U continues to be at the forefront of teaching a new generation of students to be proud about their heritage.”
Neil Lazarus, Middle East Current Affairs, Public Diplomacy and Effective Communication Training
I have started using the curriculum with the videos highlighting Israel and the values we can gain. It is amazing because it teaches about Israel while also exploring values."
Rabbi Yitz Levi, Philadelphia-Cherry Hill NCSY City Director