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Five Jewish day schools have been selected for the BOLD (Blending Online Learning in Day Schools) Project, funded by The Affordable Jewish Education Project (AJE), The AVI CHAI Foundation and The Kohelet Foundation. The goal of BOLD Day Schools is to design and implement sustainable, cost-saving blended learning programs to ignite the potential of students through the delivery of innovative and personalized learning.
Updated: Aug. 21, 2013
The Lookstein Center and the UJA Federation of NY invite educators working in New York City, Nassau, Suffolk and Westchester Counties to learn to develop and implement an exciting new educational paradigm that will empower your students, help focus teacher instruction, provide increased opportunities for differentiation of instruction, and engage students using blended learning methodologies.
Updated: May. 20, 2013
Flipping the Classroom Can Be Used in a Blended Online Environment to Improve the Professional Practices of Education Directors
We just completed two blended online learning courses in which we trained 30 education directors of Jewish complementary schools in the US and Mexico to create online Communities of Practice for their teachers and other members of the school community. The results of these two web courses demonstrate that flipping the classroom methods can be used to improve the professional practices of school administrators and instructional leaders in the delivery of staff development to their teachers.
Updated: May. 07, 2013
ShalomLearning combines the best of traditional Jewish religious education with innovative online learning activities to make Hebrew school more engaging for students, more accessible for families, and more effective for synagogues.
Updated: Apr. 29, 2013
BOLD Day Schools will cultivate a cohort of innovative established Jewish day schools who are looking to lead the way toward the future of Jewish education through blended learning. Up to eight schools will be selected to design and implement sustainable and cost saving blended learning programs starting in the fall of 2013.
Updated: Apr. 28, 2013
About 1000 Jewish lay and professional day school leaders from across the globe gathered in Washington, D.C. on February 3 – 5, 2013 for the fourth annual North American Jewish Day School Conference. The theme for the 2013 conference, 'Learning to Lead–Leading to Learn,' highlighted the importance of visionary leadership and network weaving for ensuring the vibrancy and value of Jewish day school education, now and into the future. The North American Jewish Day School Conference is jointly planned and sponsored by RAVSAK: The Jewish Community Day School Network, the Institute for University-School Partnership at Yeshiva University, the Schechter Day School Network, PARDES Day Schools of Reform Judaism, and PEJE, the Partnership for Excellence in Jewish Education.
Updated: Feb. 19, 2013
The AVI CHAI Foundation is pleased to share a baseline report on the state of online and blended learning in Jewish day schools during the 2011/12 school year. AVI CHAI launched an online survey during the 2011/12 school year to gather information about the depth and breadth of online course offerings throughout Jewish day schools in North America. This was the first survey of its kind and it will be repeated periodically to measure the adoption of online learning in day schools.
Updated: Jan. 21, 2013