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Tomorrow’s Genius is proud to announce its new virtual summer school program. For the first time, credit level courses for both Judaic and secular studies subjects will be available to Jewish day school students across North America and Israel. The courses are open to all Jewish day school students for credit based or enrichment opportunities.
Updated: May. 31, 2012
Julie Wiener writes about 505 students enrolled in the first and only fully online Jewish day school in the world, The Chabad-Lubavich's Shluchim Online School. Students, ranging from pre-K through ninth grade, log in for as many as five hours of live Judaic studies each weekday, interacting via videoconference, text chat and by “writing” on the electronic classroom’s whiteboard. At any one time, participants can see five classmates and the teacher on their screens.
Updated: May. 13, 2012
During the weeks before and after Yom Haatzmaut (Israel Independence Day) April 16 – May 11, 2012., the Web Yeshiva, the first fully-interactive Torah study program on the web, is offering a special Israel Semester of online synchronous shiurim (lessons) dealing with the Land and State of Israel.
Updated: Apr. 03, 2012
The Hidden Sparks Internal Coach Program is designed to support a school’s long term ability to address the needs of struggling learners by providing training to selected faculty members to be resident Hidden Sparks coaches – trained in understanding and teaching to diverse learning styles, behavior management, assessment of children with learning differences, and classroom centered coaching. Training takes place in Spring, 2012 so that Internal Coaches can begin coaching in their schools during the 2012-13 school year.
Updated: Feb. 08, 2012
JconnecT is an online supplemental Hebrew school for grades 6-12 that harnesses the power of technology to provide new opportunities for both Jewish education and Jewish socialization. JconnecT offers two dynamic, live, weekly study sessions with an experienced teacher in Jerusalem via a web based online platform that provides full audio and video conferencing for up to 10 students per group.
Updated: Aug. 31, 2011
This September, 11th and 12th grade students can participate in a virtual learning environment with their peers throughout North America along with an in-person kallah experience, allowing URJ congregations the ability to collaborate and share resources developed in collaboration with Gratz College, a pioneer in online Jewish education. Registration is now open.
Updated: Aug. 30, 2011
Ami Salant, Chief Information Officer of the MOFET Institute writes a comprehensive account of the development of Online Days in Israeli Schools. Since 2001, Israeli schools have been developing and implementing Online Days where students actively participate in group learning activities from their homes instead of participating in regular school classes. The online activities are accessed and submitted via the school website with teachers online, supervising and mentoring the activities. The Online Days are often devoted to a specific theme and involve varied types of learning, often based on inquiry learning. The Online Days provide an opportunity for students to utilize active ICT learning techniques in a concentrated focused time period, while allowing for independent student control of their learning. Students and teachers report greater student motivation and active participation in learning during the Online Days.
Updated: Jul. 13, 2011
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
Gratz College, the first transdenominational Jewish college in the United States has opened registration for online courses offered from June 1 – August 10, 2011. The courses are offered for both matriculated and non-matriculated students.
Updated: May. 11, 2011
Ryan Torok writes, in a Jewish Journal article, about how teachers in Israel bring Israel closer to California day school students by teaching them year-long videoconferenced distance classes. Jerusalem teacher, Semadar Goldstein, brings Israel into her ninth grade Shalhevet Day School classroom every week, covering topics from meaningful Israel experiences to polarizing topics such as IDF soldiers' ideological insubordination. The Shalhevet course is run by the Remote Teacher Program, established by the Lookstein Center for Jewish Education at Bar-Ilan University, via two-way video conferencing from Israel, onto the classroom’s whiteboard. A camera and microphones mounted above the whiteboard allows Goldstein to interact with the students.
Updated: May. 03, 2011