The graduation show of fourth-year students in the Dance and Movement Track at Orot Israel College took place this year in a unique format due to COVID-19 regulations - in an open space in the pool at Orot Israel College's Elkana campus.
How can students be allowed to experience teaching when schools due to COVID-19 were closed during the lockdowns or operated in small, closed capsules? Racheli Bartov - Coordinator of the Teaching Entry Unit, Orot Israel College, Elkana
We at Orot Israel College are immensely proud of our own Dr. Chana Katan, President of the Orot Israel College Jewish Family Education Center, recently awarded this year's coveted Jerusalem Prize for her outstanding accomplishments.
Orot Israel College is proud to extend its congratulations to Rochel Sylvetsky on being chosen as the Israeli recipient of this year's Outstanding Educator Award for her many accomplishments to further religious education.
The journey of Torah learning provided by the Orot experience, not only enhanced my relationship with my Jewish identity, God,commitment to mitzvot and continuous study, it ultimately helped propel the decision to make Israel my permanent home.
Dr. Talia Perlshtein, Head of the Dance and Movement Track at Orot Israel College, shares her thoughts and feelings about the multi-faceted challenges of teaching dance classes online and the amazing change that took place in the dance studio at Orot Israel College.
Overcoming the academic challenges of COVID-19 by providing a wonderful opportunity for lecturers from different fields at Orot's two campuses to learn what is being done in other research fields at the College.