Global Competency For Jewish Learners

By: Mr. Jamie Cohen
from TanenbaumCHAT

Differentiated Instruction

Subject(s) of entry:
Art, Computer Science, History, Literature, Math, Music, Science, Tanach

PBL - project based learning, IBL - inquiry based learning, Blended Learning, 21st Century Skills, Global competency skills development, Phenomenon based learning (a new curriculum model created in the Finland school system)

Grade(s) to which this was taught:

Grade(s) for which this will be useful:
10, High school

A Grade 10 Global Competency Course that will empower and engage our students to become global citizens within a Jewish context. Students will learn a diverse range of practical skills to prepare them for jobs of the future. The final class project will be a fully kosher, volunteer service trip to Ecuador, where students will build a school, visit a Synagogue in Quito, celebrate Shabbat in the Andes and put into practice the lessons they learned during the course.