At ADRABA, our model for learning is “Blended Jewish.”
“Blended Jewish” is our brand of an old-new approach to teaching called blended learning; an idea has been around since the 1960s, but it really didn’t take off until the 1990s when CD-ROMs and 56K modems were able to transmit high-quality sound and video.
The premise of “Blended Jewish" is simple.
We blend traditional, face-to-face Jewish learning with technology.
Imagine the traditional classroom. You (ideally) have the learner at the center. The learner connects with
the teacher, her peers, and the content.
With tech, learners still interact with a teacher, except the teacher can later be rewind-able and re-watchable, or accessed from a distance.
We believe that every Jewish child should have the opportunity to grow literate in our values, traditions, histories, and languages.