The Hanhalas of Chabad Yeshiva Gedolahs have joined together to provide a structured day of learning for their talmidim, including online Shiurim and chavrusa learning in all four of the daily Sedarim.
By Anash.org reporter
As it becomes evident that Mosdos will not be able to reopen in the near future, Hanhalahs of Chabad Yeshiva Gedolahs have joined together to provide a structured day of learning for their talmidim, and to facilitate a Yeshiva schedule that upholds the proper Chassidishe atmosphere unique to Yeshivas Tomchei Tmimim.
In a call organized by Igud Yeshivos, menahalim of Chabad Yeshiva Gedolah’s decided to join together and create an across the board system, effective for the continuation of Shnas HaLimudim 5780.
Talmidim will be receiving detailed schedules for online Shiurim and chavrusa learning in all four of the daily Sedarim, and the Shiurim will be delivered by their regular maggidei shiur. Daily attendance will be taken; tests will be graded; reports will be generated; farbrengens will be arranged.
For talmidim in different time zones, alternate schedules will be planned. Additionally, the Hanholo’s will be reaching out during the weeks ahead to each bochur individually.
Cognizant of the fact that not all Bochurim may have online access at all times, there will be call-in availability. However, it is important that the talmidim be visibly present, for the level of attention and interaction when being seen by the teacher than just by call-in alone.
In a letter addressed to all parents, the Hanholos wrote “It is our fervent hope that our talmidim capitalize on the Chassidisher Chinuch they have been receiving all these years – including guidance on how to succeed during times of adversity, how to elevate technology for purposes of kedusha, and the Hashgacha Protis that guides our every step – to transform this difficult chapter into a catalyst for greater growth and success. This will be an achievement that will certainly give the Rebbe much nachas.”