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The Jewish Education Project is excited to announce the launch of our free educational technology support service - Ask DJLN. Ask DJLN is on-demand blended learning and educational technology support for teachers, EdTech professionals, and school administrators who have questions about integrating technology in the classroom. By submitting a simple online form, tweeting at @DigitalJLearn, or emailing DJLN, you can receive on-demand support for all your questions related to how technology can best be used to enhance learning.
Updated: Nov. 04, 2015
This past week, The DigitalJLearning Network partnered with ELI talks to present a Google Hangout on Air with Rabbi Yisroel Boruch Sufrin on the topic Jewish Values and Blended Learning: A Surprising Duo. Rabbi Sufrin shared with us some of the educational technologies that he and his colleagues at the Harkham Hillel Hebrew Academy in Beverly Hills, CA have been successfully using in both general and Judaic studies classrooms. Rabbi Sufrin then led an exploration of various Jewish texts from the Torah to the Zohar and used these texts to support using blended learning in Judaic Studies.
Updated: Apr. 15, 2015
The DigitalJLearning Network: Encouraging Online Courses in Jewish Day High Schools and Yeshivot in North America
The Jewish Education Project, JESNA and the AVI CHAI Foundation are seeking up to 15 Day School and Yeshiva high schools in North America to become a vanguard for advancing digital learning. If your school is already providing online learning opportunities for its students or is ready to initiate an online learning program, we encourage your application to the emerging DigitalJLearning Network for the advancement of online learning. During the 2011–2012 academic year, members of this Network will collaborate in documenting their successes, challenges, and promising practices with support from the three sponsors. The sponsors want to help participating schools achieve their individual learning goals while learning more about creating supportive infrastructures for the successful integration of online learning into Jewish high school settings.
Updated: May. 31, 2011