While planning for the upcoming year you might want to investigate this YouTube which explains how to use and implement Jewish Integrated Experiential Learning Activities in your formal and informal settings.
This is the url for the YouTube explaining how to use the Jewish Integrated Experiential Learning Activities Chart:http://youtu.be/edeewDS-G18
Added by Richard D Solomon, PhD on July 31, 2012 at 10:00am — No Comments
LimmudBoston December 4, 2011
@Congregation Mishkan Tefila, Chestnut Hill, MA
REGISTER NOW for LimmudBoston 2011!
LimmudBoston is an annual celebration of Jewish culture for everyone exploring their Jewish journey. LimmudBoston includes text and study and food and music and all kinds of sessions for all ages and all learners. We are thrilled that Congregation Mishkan Tefila has offered their building for hosting LimmudBoston this year.
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Added by Steffi Aronson Karp on November 25, 2011 at 8:36am — No Comments
The universe is expanding. That’s the core of the Big Bang Theory. As the cosmos gets older, everything in it moves apart. Not to delve too much into such esoterica like Hubbles Law, I need to affirm - אני מאמין - I'm a believer. In the last week I experienced something akin to this phenomenon in my own universe. Let’s call it the Virtual Big Bang.
Last Wednesday I participated in the first #jedchat., organized by Dov…
Added by Peter Eckstein on November 1, 2011 at 1:39pm — No Comments
Legacy Heritage Fund is proud to share with you its newest effort to integrate technology into Jewish education: Dah Bear is a Hebrew language tool which will encourage higher levels of Hebrew vocabulary mastery by students. This dynamic new educational online…Continue
Added by Marci Karoll on October 28, 2011 at 1:04pm — No Comments
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Of all the recent retrospectives of the late Steve Jobs, the one that has had the most impact on me contained the observation that he “hated traditional market research”. It was a comment made by one of the guests (advertising consultant, Cindy Gallup) on the public radio show “The Take Away” on Friday, October 7. You could hear the entire recording here. Mr. Jobs believed that successful marketing and production must be customer centered, but that consumers don’t really know what they want.…Continue
Added by Debby Jacoby on September 8, 2011 at 5:26pm — No Comments
Pesach is a time for questions.
So, in the spirit of the season, I would like to ask you some. I’ll start with one: How do Jewish educators learn to use 21st century educational technology in the Jewish classroom? This will lead to a few more. What follows is a survey with 15 questions (an auspicious number for Pesach). The goal of this short (5-8 minutes) questionnaire is to find some answers to the question of how and…Continue
Added by Peter Eckstein on April 21, 2011 at 8:44am — No Comments
I am a Jewish Education technology and art resources teacher/facilitator for a conservative Jewish religious and Sunday school. You can find me at the school's computer and technology lab every Wed and Sun, yet like many of you, spending a lot of my own time in preparing school work and blogging.
For the last three years I had tried to help update our program and curriculum to a 21st level and provide teachers with new educational resources to enhance their teaching.
Added by Noemi Szoychen on April 7, 2011 at 5:23pm — No Comments
“I’m late, I’m late, for a very important date!” I feel like the white rabbit. You know, rushing hither and yon, trying to figure out how to get where I need to go without being too distracted by all the tweets, network posts, and blogs I follow; not to mention the old technologies like the printed word and emails. There is so much information available to us. If I miss a day of twitter, I feel it’s a catastrophe.
I’m not a technical neophyte. I sort of…
Added by Rabbi Sid Schwarz on December 15, 2010 at 2:47pm — No Comments
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