Supporting Day Schools and Their Families

Supporting Day Schools and Their Families The issues of day school affordability and student recruitment and retention have been in the news a lot of late. Most press coverage and Shabbat table discussions have dealt with the fall-out of high tuition. But, there are a...

A Shift in Educational Technology

A Shift in Educational Technology Rachel Mohl Abrahams In the last few years, many Jewish foundations have helped introduce educational technology into the classroom. The Gruss Foundation, through its support of The Center for Initiatives in Jewish Education has...

“Blended Learning”: The best of both worlds?

“Blended Learning”:  The best of both worlds? By: Leah Nadich Meir Can “Blended Learning”, which combines face-to-face and online learning, give students “the best of all possible worlds”? This approach is now widely-used by schools that are dipping their toes into...

The Power of One

The Power of One Posted by Joel Einleger I have very sad news about a remarkable man, coupled with an amazing story about his desire to inspire the Jewish community to action in ways that are humbling and a lesson to those of us who work to create social change. Matt...

How Technology Can Humanize the Classroom

How Technology Can Humanize the Classroom Posted by Sarah Kass When we think of educational technology, we imagine machines replacing what we regard as the human elements of schools.  We picture Google searches replacing librarians.  We imagine remote lecturers...
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