Blogs Category

[W]e’ve observed that class and student blogging success is strongly related to the teacher’s abilities.   The greater we support and increase a teacher’s skills, the better they are able to support their students use of web 2.0 technologies.  – Teacher Challenge: About ………………………………….. You cannot get students to blog. Period. You cannot convince a [...]

jlearn2.0 is all a-twitter

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Follow us on twitter! We’re at: jlearn20. Do you tweet? Let’s pull together a twitter listing of educators in Jewish schools / Jewish educators. Got a blog? Share it with the rest of us! Add your twitter name and blog info in the spreadsheet below.  Thanks to Joe Corbett of isteconnects for sharing how to [...]

Jewish Philanthropy

In: Blogs, Technology and Change

Thanks to Beth Kanter over at Beth’s Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media for highlighting resources on The New Jew: Blogging Jewish Philanthropy, especially Maya Norton’s post To My Readers: Avoiding Plagiarism, Understanding the Creative Commons License. And be sure to take a look at Getting the Message Across with YouTube: Taking Your Nonprofit [...]

Educators are using blogs as a means to develop reading, writing, and information and communication technology (ICT) literacies. Blogs also provide a forum for collaboration, information gathering, knowledge building, and publishing. Below are a few examples of how blogs can be integrated into Jewish educational settings: Students in a writing class use blogs as their [...]

How are educators thinking about blogs? Blogs are generally considered to be online journals. In terms of format, they are made up of entries that are organized chronologically, the most recent listed first, and can be further indexed by topic. Blogs often include a mixture of text content, audio, photographs, videos, and links to other [...]

New Jewish Education, a blog by Saul Kaiserman, offers commentary on and resources for Jewish education. In a recent posting, “’Do-it-Yourself’ Jewish Education gaining momentum?” dated January 5, 2007, Saul muses on how Internet-based initiatives can empower and guide individuals toward resources for meaningful Jewish learning and community interactions. He cites the work of Douglas [...]

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