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This series of 2 free webinars is for all teachers and lecturers who have always wanted to connect with classes in other countries but it never actually worked out. This is your opportunity to learn how to collaborate with online partners, find partners for your topic area and age group and have a free social network to carry out your joint activities.
Updated: Oct. 03, 2013
MOFET International is pleased to announce its scheduled webinars for the upcoming months. The webinars are geared towards the interests and professional development of teachers and teacher educators around the world. Participation in the webinars is free of charge, but requires advance registration.
Updated: Oct. 02, 2013
The MOFET Institute in cooperation with the Israeli Ministry of Education invites teachers, administrators and the general public to an online seminar in Hebrew about digital text books in the education system in Israel and abroad. The online presentations and discussions will be held via the Elluminate platform on Thursday March 14, 2013 from 10:00 to 15:00. Participation is through an internet connected computer, headset and microphone.
Updated: Mar. 05, 2013
This free webinar, to be held on February 13, 2013, 7 PM Israel Time, 12 PM EST led by David Lachmish and Shani Ziv will deal with the gamification of location-based learning. During the webinar, we will analyze several gaming structures related to location-based learning, and extract the gamification principles embedded in them.
Updated: Jan. 29, 2013
MOFET JTEC - Jewish Teacher Education Community of The MOFET Institute is proud to present an online webinar to the global Jewish education community with Dr. Nurit Nathanel on “Teaching Hebrew Literary Texts on the Topic, 'Between Parents and Children' on Wednesday, February 6, 2013 - 7:00-8:30P.M. - Israel time. 12:00 – 13:30 EST.
Updated: Jan. 29, 2013
The world of part-time Jewish education is changing rapidly. New models are emerging, both within congregations and beyond. A growing number of communities are engaged in initiatives to foster broad-scale improvement. And, national actors are accelerating their efforts to seed innovation and support local change. What can we learn from and what will be the impact of all this activity? Will today's alternative models become tomorrow's norm? What will this mean for children and their families, for institutions and communities, innovators and funders? JESNA is holding a series of three convenings for professional and lay leaders involved with complementary education to discuss these important questions.
Updated: Dec. 31, 2012
Please join the New Center for Collaborative Leadership of The Jewish Education Project to think together about the future of teen engagement with two of the newest leaders in our professional community, Rabbi Dave Levy, Director of Teen Learning for USCJ, and Rabbi Bradley Solmsen, Director of Teen Engagement for URJ on November 29, 2012 at 13:00 EST.
Updated: Nov. 27, 2012
Join Hidden Sparks for the 2012-13 school year of Hidden Sparks Without Walls, an online audio conference accessible from home or school. The Hidden Sparks Without Walls initiative is designed to strengthen an educator's knowledge and practice in working with diverse learners. The program offers free short-term distance classes for teachers, educators and administrators in Jewish day schools and yeshivot, to give them the tools to enhance the ways in which children learn and behave. It also enables teachers across similar or diverse disciplines to share ideas, curricula, and talk about their practice.
Updated: Nov. 06, 2012
A MOFET Webinar - The Playful Digital Learning in the School – the Promise and the Challenges: A Case Study of Scratch and Israeli Schools
This free webinar, to be held on November 28, 2012, 7 PM Israel Time, 12 PM EST led by Dr. Oren Zuckerman of the IDC Media Innovation Lab in Herzlia will present several case studies of Scratch workshops in Israeli schools, and discuss the promise and the challenges of working with Scratch in schools. Scratch was carefully designed at MIT Media Lab based on constructionist values, promoting playful learning through open-ended exploration, and encouraging children to create content that is meaningful to them.
Updated: Oct. 30, 2012
This webinar, to be held on October 10, 2012, 7 PM Israel Time, 1 PM EST, will focus on how to utilize various technologies for teaching and learning. The technology tools featured will include Smart Boards and similar interactive whiteboards for dynamic lessons, Flipped Classroom videos for homework assignments, Google Earth for virtual field trips, Google Docs to promote cooperative learning, Google Forms for online student quizzes, real-time in-class student polling using cell phones, ideas for technology-enhanced student projects, and much more.
Updated: Sep. 27, 2012