Educators and students alike have sent us dozens of comments over the years regarding the positive attributes of the TaL AM curriculum: its design, content, the variety of engaging materials, and its success in imparting the Hebrew language, as well as Jewish heritage.
Following are examples of the feedback we have received from around the world:
I have worked with many curricula. This is by far the most comprehensive in terms of being built on a solid foundation of brain research and best practices in education. Teachers can certainly go from good to great if they take to heart the principles that guided each and every thoughtful decision that went into developing these materials.
// Director of Elementary Instruction, Seattle Jewish Day School, Seattle, WA
The institute was transformational for me and will be for my school. I am motivated to be a more hands-on educational leader. I am leaving inspired and with an action plan. I feel that I can lead the journey from good to great.
// Principal & Director of Judaic Studies, Valley Beth Shalom Day School, Los Angeles, CA
It’s the only curriculum available that addresses the needs of Ivrit b’Ivrit and meets the needs of our school, our philosophy, and commitment to Jewish tradition.
Rabbi Nachum Wachtel
I want to thank you for preparing and sharing these FANTASTIC resources! […]. The ideas were engaging, practical and made the story comprehensible to the children in Ivrit.
// Director of Judaic Studies, SAR Academy, Riverdale, NY
Kol Hakavod!! The Hagadah is truly a wonderful asset to our learning. It is so clever and well thought out, as is the entire TaL AM program. Thanks a lot!
// Teacher, Mount Scopus Memorial College, Melbourne, Australia
The curriculum is particularly exciting to us, because it fits so well with everything else we try to do here. It takes an integrated approach to Judaic Studies and Hebrew and easily links to the General Studies programs. In developing an approach that is multi-sensory and brain-based, the developers have produced a curriculum that easily adjusts to meet the needs of many different kinds of learners.
Rabbi Elie Tuchman
// Principal, Yeshiva at the Jersey Shore, New Jersey, NJ