Warm-up: The participants begin the day with free-ranging conversations in Hebrew to integrate new vocabulary.
Dikduk: Small group sessions that strengthen areas of weakness in Hebrew grammar, especially the verb system and syntax.
Classroom Simulations: Participants take turns teaching model lessons in Hebrew while fellow students act as class members, followed by supportive feedback and analysis.
Hebrew Educational Technology: In JTS's well-equipped language lab, participants strengthen their Hebrew keyboarding, learn to use the latest Hebrew software, and discover Internet resources for their teaching.
Individual Projects: According to his or her interests, each participant chooses an educational project in Hebrew to develop over the course of the program and present at the program's festive closing session.
Visiting Lecturers: Once a week, guest experts make presentations in Hebrew concerning innovations in Jewish education.
Israeli Culture and Media: Participants will read Israeli newspapers and view films on current topics to develop vocabulary and bring Israeli politics and culture into the classroom.