HaYidion: RAVSAK's Journal of Jewish Education - Networking

Published: 
Autumn, 2012

Source: HaYidion, Autumn, 2012

 

The 21st century has provided us with the technology to make this networking more efficient, more effective and more widespread than ever before. This issue of HaYidion will bring network weaving to your schools in ways that will enable you to fulfill your mission in newer and better ways. The articles contained in this issue include full definitions and explanations for novices to the more savvy who are already Google-eyed, blogging, twittering, crowdfunding, ustreaming and wofooing.

 

Among the articles in this issue are:

Building “Us” in an age of Wii - Andrés Spokoiny

Networked Nonprofits: Embracing Measurement Leads to Success - Beth Kanter

Networking Millenials Through Peer Engagement - Graham Hoffman and Abi Dauber Sterne

Personal Learning Networks - Meir Wexler

Building a Network for Israel Education - Gaby Kleinman

Networking for Better Understanding among Jews - Aliza Gershon

 

Networks in Our Schools:

  • Pardes Jewish Day School
  • RAVSAK Student Programming
  • Baltimore Jewish Day Schools
  • Jewish Primary Day School of the Nation’s Capital

The Secret Sauce: It’s More Social than Media - Lisa Colton and Caren Levine

Crowdfunding Strengthens Your School and Community - Naomi Leight

How to Be a Network Weaver - Deborah Fishman and Naava Frank

Using Facebook to Build a Connected Community - Debra Askanase

The Right Technology for Reaching Your Audience - Kevin Martone

Fostering Leadership Through Teacher Networks - Sarah Burns

Networking ECE in the Day School Space - Debby Kinman-Ford

Updated: Dec. 31, 2012
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