The Legacy Heritage Fund Announces a New Round Of SMART Board Grants as a Part of its SMART Board Project

Published: 
2013

Source: Legacy Heritage SMART Board Project 

 

Legacy Heritage Fund is pleased to announce the launch of a new round of the Legacy Heritage Fund SMART Board Project for Jewish day schools. The SMART Board Project will enable Jewish day schools to bring the power of SMART Board technology into their classrooms. Participating schools will receive one or more SMART Boards and staff training to achieve proficiency in the use of the equipment.

 

They will also have access to the Smart Board Jewish Educational Database (SJED), which enables knowledge sharing throughout the world of Jewish education with ready-made SMART Board lessons in a variety of topic areas and grade levels.

 

To date, the Foundation has supplied more than 200 SMART Boards to Jewish schools across the United States. Schools that were awarded SMART boards in earlier rounds are invited to apply in this new round. Schools may also apply for more than one SMART Board.

 

Participating day schools will receive six (6) hours of staff training to achieve proficiency in the use of the equipment.

Why SMART Boards?

 

SMART Board technology brings the power of a new dynamic educational tool to the classroom.

 

SMART Boards positively affect learning by helping to raise the level of student engagement, motivation and enthusiasm within the classroom.

 

The SMART Board Jewish Educational Database, which was developed by Legacy Heritage Fund through this initiative, enables knowledge sharing throughout the world of Jewish education and offers educators SMART Board lessons searchable in a variety of topic areas and grades. Legacy Heritage Fund is excited about partnering with Jewish schools.

 

Legacy Heritage Fund is excited about partnering with Jewish day schools throughout the United States and hopes that this project will facilitate the use of technology to advance Jewish education.

Updated: Oct. 06, 2013
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