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Behrman House, the leading publisher of textbooks and digital learning materials for Jewish schools in North America, and MindCET, the innovation department of Israel-based CET (Center for Educational Technology) announced today a new pilot accelerator program to identify and support a North American-based Jewish Ed-tech development team beginning in Fall 2015, funded with a grant from the AVI CHAI Foundation. The goal of the pilot program is to jumpstart the creation of new, Jewish educational technology.
Updated: Oct. 28, 2015
Are you an intrepid educator, comfortable experimenting with new materials and ideas? An ‘early adopter’ who is always looking for new tools to try? Are you looking for different approaches to student learning about history, Jewish practice, Hebrew, or Bible? You may enjoy becoming a tester for jLearningLabs, a new organization that jumpstarts new ideas in Jewish education.
Updated: Jan. 29, 2014
Behrman House, the leading publisher of textbooks and digital learning materials for Jewish schools in North America, announced a partnership with Israel’s Center for Educational Technology (CET) to create jLearningLabs, a new development laboratory that will create digital materials and educational technology for the Jewish community. These materials will be designed for schools, students, teachers, and adults and will help them explore Jewish learning and practice anywhere, anytime, in formats and venues they prefer.
Updated: Jun. 17, 2013
Behrman House to Launch Online Library for Jewish Schools in Partnership with Israel’s Center for Educational Technology (CET)
Behrman House, the leading publisher of textbooks and digital learning materials for Jewish religious schools in North America, has entered a collaborative agreement with Israel’s Center for Educational Technology (CET). CET developed Israel’s premier and biggest online library encompassing over 1,000 Hebrew textbooks and information sources. The partnership will bring a first-of-its-kind online library to Jewish schools in the United States, giving students and educators access to both companies’ vast repository of educational offerings.
Updated: Feb. 03, 2013
This fall Behrman House will publish a series of essays on Project Based Learning. Their Editorial Staff members will write about ways to introduce this dynamic approach to learning into your own school, and will provide an array of resources to get you started. Topics will include an overview of project-based learning, where to find resources for your classroom, and how to teach Jewish values and even Hebrew using a project approach.
Updated: Oct. 14, 2012
Behrman House gives some good ideas for using 'Skype', a software application that allows users to make free video conference calls on the Internet to further learning, communications and administration in Jewish schools. Schools across the country are beginning to embrace this technology because of its simplicity and effectiveness.
Updated: Aug. 15, 2010