Project Zug: Online Learning, Coronavirus Contingency

By: Odelia Epstein
KC Topics: 
Technology, Judaics/ Kodesh, School Policies and Procedures, Coronavirus
Project Zug, a program of Hadar, empowers Jews to take ownership over their learning through one-on-one havruta learning. It is for people of all backgrounds and allows you to learn on your schedule from the comfort of your own home.
 
Audience: High school, faculty
 
Medium: Courses are either 4 or 10 sessions long, with 4 videos. Each session has a pdf handout  that includes questions and context as well as the texts themselves. The havruta pair learns the handout together, and it is designed to be learned in 30-45 min. Each course features 4 short, high quality videos of the educator offering background and framing for the learning. Study can be done online through video chat. We provide high-quality content through curated study sheets and videos on a wide variety of topics.
 
Pricing and Discount: We are willing to work with each group. We are offering a coupon code "Prizmah" that will give people $18/person, but we are happy to do this for less or for free.
 
Contact: Allie Kanter - kanter@hadar.org, (646) 770-1468