100% asynchronous learning while still having an active teacher as part of the course. Lives in the 21st Century are busy and getting busier. Many people find it hard to commit to being available the same time each week. Asynchronous learning allows students to learn on their own weekly timetable, while still being held to an overall 18-week course of study.
ITJ-DL is committed to Incorporating daily "micro-learning" to help students acquire a basic vocabulary of 125 key terms and concepts in the Jewish tradition. This micro-learning is provided through daily emails/texts delivered directly to the students with a Jewish “Word-of-The-Day.”
Our courses provide a range of educational modalities because we understand that individuals have a varied range of learning styles such as visual, auditory, or tactile/kinesthetic.
The ITJ-DL difference is consistent course content. Rabbis and cantors working with students know the material presented is not dependent on who teaches the course. All students learn the same materials.
Students know that their knowledge will not be dependent upon how an instructor teaches.