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Loony toons

Loony toonsThis week I had the opportunity to use a Web 2.0 tool that I never thought I would use. I was at an educational conference in a session led by Heidi Hayes Jacobs. She was talking about new and exciting Web 2.0 tools. We were given a list of tools and were asked to form a group and start to play with some of the tools. One caught my eye that sounded like fun so I asked my group if they were willing to try it. It was called toondo. It was a tool that allowed you to create your own…See More
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"Mrs Eisen, Is the iJed Teacher day sold out? It seems that the registration is no longer available. Please confirm, Rabbi Dani Cooper dcooper@drshalb.org Rebbe,DRS Yeshiva High School @RAVDCOOPER "
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Loony toons

Posted by Sabrina Maleh on March 9, 2014 at 9:26am 0 Comments

Loony toons



This week I had the opportunity to use a Web 2.0 tool that I never thought I would use. I was at an educational conference in a session led by Heidi Hayes Jacobs. She was talking about new and exciting Web 2.0 tools. We were given a list of tools and were asked to form a group and start to play with some of the tools. One caught my eye that sounded like fun so I asked my group if they were willing to try it. It was called toondo. It was a tool that allowed you to create… Continue

Is it real…..or just pretend?

Posted by Julianna Friedman on February 25, 2014 at 7:44pm 0 Comments

 

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…

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Visual Learning

Posted by S Rozen on February 23, 2014 at 4:38pm 0 Comments

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,…

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Visual Thinking and Visual Learning

Posted by david mark on February 23, 2014 at 10:53am 0 Comments

Visual thinking and Visual Learning

I have always been a firm believer that good practice is based in scientifically supported interventions.   In education this is also true, research data should inform our approach to our classrooms and improving learning performance in and out of the classroom.…
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12th Grade Internships

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