February 14, 2018
OneTable’s Current Approach to Jewish Learning
At OneTable we get people to the Shabbat dinner table, a setting enriched by resources and content that speaks directly to the experiences of hosts and guests as emerging adults. Our bespoke Jewish content includes skill-building Nosh:pitality events, one-on-one Shabbat Coaching, and personalized material on our blog and social media accounts.
Ultimate Shabbat Dinner Guide
OneTable’s user resource for traditional Shabbat dinner and Jewish ritual
OneTable Beyond Scale
2017 Report on Impact reflects the top line findings of the April 2017 national survey as well as eight virtual focus groups conducted in the summer of 2017
The OneTable Blog
Staff and user recipes and reflections, resource guides and content created by organizational partners
Sample National Campaign with Jewish Content
Together at the Table: A celebration of unity and diversity in the face of fear and division
One-on-One Shabbat Coaching pairs OneTable hosts with trained Jewish educators who provide personal support for those looking to elevate their dinners and Shabbat practice
Shabbat Coach Training
From hosts and guests
A Taste of Other Online Shabbat Resources
What kind of content is already out there? How is it being delivered? The OneTable team has extensively reviewed online Jewish resources, from “How To” guides to intro videos, six of which are highlighted here.
Reboot: Sabbath Manifesto
Reboot: National Day of Unplugging
My Jewish Learning: Shabbat 101
Moishe House Rocks: Shabbat Dinner
WikiHow: Celebrate Shabbat
AlephBeta: What is Shabbat
JewBelong: How to Have a Kick-Ass Shabbat
Interfaith Family: Shabbat Made Easy
General Educational Content Delivery We Love
User-friendly materials that inspire us as we imagine what our own online resources might look like.
Death over Dinner
Platform that allows hosts to set their intention and select from diverse resources to elevate their dinner. This is one of our favorite models and most similar to what we hope to create.
Kurzgesagt: The Great Filter
Kurzgesagt is a design studio based in Munich that distills complicated ideas and concepts into animated videos less than 10 minutes long. Kurzgesagt means “In a Nutshell” in German. Their most recent video “The Great Filter,” was published on February 1, 2018 and has over 3 million views.