Apples, Honey and the Internet: Teaching Rosh HaShana Using the Internet

September 1, 2010
MOFET JTEC - Jewish Teacher Education Community of The MOFET Institute is proud to present an online webinar in English without charge to the global Jewish education community with Dr. Elaine Hoter on " Apples, Honey and the Internet: Teaching Rosh HaShana Using the Internet " on Wednesday September 1, 2010 - 7:00-8:30 P.M. - Israel time (GT + 2:00).
Webinar Description:
How can we teach "Rosh Hashannah" in a more meaningful interesting way? In this session you will receive an abundance of ideas of how to update and rejuvenate your teaching through integrating technology in your teaching and in your lessons. A sure start for a wonderful New Year for our students and ourselves!
Dr. Elaine Hoter – received her doctorate from the Hebrew University, Jerusalem in 2001 in the field of online learning in teacher education. She is a senior lecturer at Talpiot College of Technology. She taught the first online course in Israel in 1995,  "English through the Internet" and co-chaired the first online conference for teacher educators.
Dr. Hoter is a Fulbright scholar and co-founder of the Center for Technology and Multiculturalism, she has given professional workshops in South Africa and Italy to help local teachers learn to integrate technology into the field of Jewish studies.
What exactly is an online encounter?

The online encounter environment (WEBINAR) enables presentations, sites, programs and video movies to be presented in parallel to an interactive discussion with the audience by means of vocal and written communication and the use of signs for expressing emotion. Each participant has his own communication channel and can request and receive permission to speak and voice his opinions. The big advantage of online encounters lies in the fact that there is no need to go to the place where the event is being held since it is possible to participate in the activities at home. Most of the online encounters take place at times that are convenient for the participants.

Updated: Aug. 15, 2010