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I go to work in a physical location but come home and attend classes in a virtual school. Who would have thought 5 or 10 years ago this would be normal? Virtual classrooms are becoming more and more commonplace as more students are being homeschooled and adults are looking to either go back to school while juggling work and life; you don’t even have to leave your house in order to learn, your…Continue
Let me set the scene for you. An 8th grade class, co-ed, composed of students who are mostly secular, some of them may come from traditional homes, maybe a few shomer Shabbat homes. They are typical teens, with typical teen interests. The vast majority have either a laptop, iPad, or iPhone. Oh, one other thing they have in common: they are all learning Talmud, but having a really difficult time doing so. For many of them, there are about a thousand other things they would rather be doing,…Continue
Social Media, Social Media, Social Media.
When you talk to a high school senior about social media the main thing they think about is Facebook, twitter, Instagram, and Flickr. You don't really hear students buzzing about LinkedIn as many of them have little to no idea about what this site is all about.
LinkedIn is a social media networking site that allows people to connect with professionals. It allows people to link together to an array of people and depending on how your…Continue