By Dr. Gloria Becker, Director, Learning Initiatives in Jewish Education / On Thursday, October 23rd, the second cohort of Jewish Education Technology Fellows presented their final projects and spoke about the positive impact the Fellowship experience had on their ability to integrate technology as a meaningful instructional strategy in their classrooms and schools.
By Elana Rivel, Associate Director / On Wednesday, October 22, our second Cohort of LeV congregations met for their first network meeting. LeV: Getting to the Heart of Education is our change initiative for congregations looking to rethink congregational education.
by Brooke Dunoff, Or Ami In TAP, I have learned about helping children with learning differences because it allows me to have knowledge of strategies on how to work with an individual with difficulties. Though I am unacquainted with working with children with specific disabilities, I have experience with some young students who do have trouble in the classroom. I didn’t necessarily enjoy assisting the student at the time, but I have taken on the experience of having a frustrated child in the classroom. The main reason that I like to individually teach a child is because I have learned [...]