With daily review, you will be able to increase your understanding, by not allowing yourself to forget your previous learning.
Review isn’t a luxury many of us Daf Yomi learners have. Each day brings a new daf, and that’s where we invest our time.
However, so many dafim connect with each other, and without review, we not only forget previous dafim, but we also hinder our ability to understand upcoming dafim. How can we balance the urgency of the daf and the importance of review?
The Shas Chabura chazara program does just that: In this tried and true method, you’ll follow the Daf Yomi (or Amud Yomi) schedule like everyone else, but you’ll also be scheduled reviews intermittently to refresh your memory and deepen your understanding.
See exactly what you need to learn and review with an easy-to-use, interactive calendar.
Missed a day? Not a problem! Your missed days will be kept track of so you can make them up at a later time!
Keep track of your progress in one convenient location. See how many dafim you’ve learned and reviewed, plus all of your acheivements.
Shas Chabura was created in 1997 by Rabbi Sender Dolgin of Lakewood, NJ.
As a Daf Yomi learner himself, he found himself forgetting a lot of what he had learned because he wasn't reviewing properly.
He decided to take action and, by the counsel of Gedolim, created "Shas Chabura".
Watch him talk about his program here:
I started to feel like I was ‘burning out’ in my learning.
A friend told me about Shas Chabura, and just a few weeks into the program I developed a new eagerness for learning!
You can’t believe the difference this program has made on my entire household. I myself have begun to look forward to my daily learning, my wife is very proud of me, and I even heard my son say ‘Don’t bother Tatty now, he’s learning.’
Before using this system I could never believe that I’d be a “Shas Yid.”
Now, I don’t think I could forgive myself if I’m not!