CAJE Category

As Seen at CAJE

In: CAJE, Tools is a nifty tool for making designs out of words and adding some fun to graphics. Check it out! And here’s another nifty tool that I picked up at the CAJE Bloggers Café: Gate2Home, a virtual keyboard for languages including…Hebrew. Need quick access to a Hebrew font on any computer with an Internet connection? [...]

Live Blogging at the CAJE Bloggers Cafe


More than a minyan of educators are sitting together learning, sharing, and of course, asking questions as we blog away. We are a mix of veteran bloggers and newbies. What’s really exciting is to see people who have started blogs just this week and joining in the online community of “People of the Blog,” to [...]

What I’m Learning at CAJE

In: CAJE, Conferences

Things I am learning here at CAJE: Vermont is very green. Literally and figuratively. One of the tracks this year at CAJE focuses on Eco-Judaism. There is also a concerted effort to reduce paper waste and once again, CAJE will be making presentation hand outs available online. Nature is fickle. Many CAJEniks were stranded in [...]

Getting CAJE-y

In: CAJE, Conferences, Professional Development

Will you be at CAJE? Are you blogging about CAJE? We are: Deb Harris on MuseForJews Esther Kustanowitz on My Urban Kvetch Caren Levine on jlearn2.0 (that’s us!) Reuven Werber on TorahTech Darim Online staff on JewPoint0 And of course, the incredible CAJE leadership team over at CAJE33 including Jeff Lasday, Iris Petroff, Joel Hoffman, [...]

The Lippman Kanfer Institute, in cooperation with CAJE, is sponsoring a new project investigating the impact and potential of new media on Jewish education. Jewish Education 3.0, aka JEd3.0, will result in a working paper that focuses on technology and Jewish education. JEd3.0 invites collaboration from the field – contributions are welcome to the project [...]

CAJE is Coming!

In: CAJE, Conferences

The annual CAJE Conference is nigh upon us. CAJE 33 runs Sunday, August 10, 2008 4:00 pm – Thursday, August 14, 2008 1:00 pm. We are looking forward to the educational technology track, co-chaired by Debbie Harris, of MuseForJews fame (among other things!) and yours truly. The track includes presenters from the US, Canada, and [...]

Attention early birds! No doubt you have already registered for this year’s CAJE Conference in Burlington, Vermont, August 10 – 14, 2008. But, just in case you got caught up in Pesach, and work and, oh, life …you still have a chance to register for what is proving to be a fabulous conference, at the [...]

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