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August 05, 1983 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-05

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22 Friday, August 5, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

"Looking to join a synagogue.

Yearly Membership being accepted in time for

HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

Special family membership rate
of $150 available

Join the finest

JOIN B'NAI DAVID

Free children's activities and
High Holiday Services

557-8210

OPEN HOUSE SUN., AUG. 7th, 2-5 P.M.

Computer Use Widespread
in Jewish Schools in Chicago

CHICAGO (JTA) — Ef-
forts to apply computers as
teaching tools in day schools
and supplementary Hebrew
schools in Chicago on a sys-
tematic basis have caused a
marked increase in motiva-
tion and ultimately in stu-
dent learning, particularly
in classes where motivation
had been low.
This is one of the prelimi-
nary findings of a program
involving establishment of
a Morris and Rose Goldman
Computer Department for
Jewish Education, accord-
ing to a report in the 11th
annual roundup of recent
programs in Jewish educa-
tion.
The roundup, listing do-

RAINBOW CONNECTION

Congregation Shaarey Zedek

ANNOUNCES A UNIQUE
PROGRAM FOR THE 1983-84
SCHOOL YEAR: FREE TUITION
FOR KINDERGARTEN, FIRST
AND SECOND GRADES

TkIIS INNOVATIVE CONCEPT IN
PRIMARY EDUCATION FEATURES
THE "RAINBOW CONNECTION",
AN ENRICHMENT PROGRAM
FOR FAMILY EDUCATION AND
HOLIDAY CELEBRATION

TITS OFFER IS EXTENDED TO
FAMILIES WHO AFFILIATE WITH
• CONGREGATION SHAAREY
LEDEK BY SEPTEMBER, 1983.

zens of projects, appeared
recently in "The. Pedagogic
Reporter," published in
New York by the Jewish
Education Service of North
America, successor agency
to the American Associa-
tion for Jewish Agency.
The report was pre-
pared by Leonard
Matansky, supervisor in
the Associated Talmud
Torahs o`f Chicago. He
stated thanrt since the in-
ception of the ocmputer
department at the start of
the year, the department
has grown to five times its
original size "and is now
used in all of the Associ-
ated Talmud Torahs day
schools and supplemen-
tary Hebrew schools."
Matansky reported that
the program is coordinated
from the central office and
computer training is pro-
vided to -the teachers, and
that the computers are
being used in classrooms
both "on a one-to-one basis
with the students and as an
additional tool for the
teacher in the classroom."
He declared that the
software programs cover
such topics as Hebrew read-
ing, vocabulary and
grammar; holidays of the
Jewish year; Jewish his-
tory; and Jewish educa-
tional games. He reported
that, in addition, there are
programs that are adapt-
able to any subject.
Noting it was still too
early to provide a com-
plete and comprehensive
evaluation of the com-
puter program in the
Chicago Jewish schools,
Matansky said that the
introduction of computer
assisted instruction had
caused "a marked in-
crease in motivation and
ultimately in student
learning, especially in
classes where motivation
had been low."
He said the coinputer-
assisted teaching also had
"individualized learning
and aided remediation of
slower students" and had
"aided in the presentation of
reviews of Jewish laws, cus-
toms and history in a new
and novel manner."

Smoking Laws

INQUIRIES ENCOURAGED:
CONTACT THE SCHOOL OFFICE
357-5544
,

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE MONEY=SAVING "RAINBOW
CONNECTION" AT AN OPEN HOUSE FOR PROSPECTIVE NEW
MEMBERS AT SHAAREY ZEDEK, SUNDAY, AUGUST 7, FROM 2 TO
5 P.M. BRING THE ENTIRE FAMILY...REFRESHMENTS SERVED.
THIS IS PART OF THE SYNAGOGUE COUNCIL CITY-WIDE OPEN
HOUSE PROGRAM.

Synagogue Cited

MI!

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The distribution of the as-
sets of a Philadelphia
synagogue, which was
forced to close by the depar-
ture of its congregants from
a changing neighborhood,
has been cited by a national
association of Orthodox
congregations as a model for
handling of such situations.

and his

Orchestra

plus

Disco

Music just for you!

358-3642

Young Israel of Oak-Woods

is happy to announce that

we will begin taking

reservations for

Rosh Hashana

and

Yom Kippur

on Sunday, August 7

Office Open: 6:30-8:30 P.M. Daily

10:00 A.4.-Noon Sundays

24061 Coolidge, Oak Park

398-1111

CONG. BETH ACHIM
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

in the
Main Sanctuary

Will Be Conducted by

RABBI MILTON ARM
and
CANTOR MAX SH1MANSKY

Membership Available

#1

AUXILIARY
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

Auxiliary Social Hall

RABBI BENJAMIN H. GORRELICK
and
CANTOR DAVID TANZMAN

will officiate

Foreign Sale

ADUMIM (JNI) --
Nearly. 10 percent of all ex-
ports of the Mishor Adumim
industry for jewelry produc-
tion, located seven miles
outside Jerusalem, are
shipped to jewelers and fac-
tories in Jordan, Saudi
Arabia and other neighbor-
ing Arab states, according
to a report in Yediot
Ahronot.

Mack Pitt

JERUSALEM (JNI) --
Advertising restrictions on
tobacco went into effect last
week as part of Israel's
anti-smoking laws.
In addition, bus drivers
are now empowered to re-
fuse entry to any person
carrying a lighted cigarette.

Tickets

#2

$ 60.00

La Med Auditorium

at United Hebrew School
Rohlik Building

RABBI HERBERT ESKIN
and
CANTOR BARRY ULRICH

will officiate
Tickets
$40.00

Tickets available at:

21100 West 12 Mile Rd.
Southfield, Michigan

for further information or
inquiries concerning
membership and seating
call synagogue office:

352-8670

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