Conferences Category

Over 65 educators convened at this year’s Jewish Educators Network Birds of a Feather! Participants included veteran attendees, new friends, and Fellows from AVI CHAI and PELIE.  About 2/3 of the participants were new to ISTE. We had representation from Canada, Israel, and the United States including: ACAJE/JOP, Philadelphia, PA; Agudas Achim, Attleboro, MA; AMHSI   [...]

This year’s ISTE Conference (formerly known as NECC) will be meeting June 26-29 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia. Once again, we will be facilitating a meet up of educators in Jewish settings – we’re going on our 11th year of meeting up at ISTE/NECC! Please indicate your interest and share ideas for the [...]

This year, the ISTE Conference (formerly known as NECC) will be held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, June 26-29, 2011.  The conference is billed as the world’s premier education technology event. It’s huge. It’s overwhelming. It’s what you make of it. And there is always something for everybody whether it’s sessions on getting started with [...]

[cross-posted from JewPoint0] Kudos to the Lippman Kanfer Institute at JESNA for launching their JE3 project, Technology and Jewish Education: A Revolution in the Making! [Full disclosure: jlearn2.0 was involved in its development] The project revolves around the question: “What does it means to ‘do’ Jewish education in a 21st century digital world?” The JE3 [...]

[cross-posted on JewPoint0] Fascinating story about community and more, presented by Alon Nir (@TheKotel) at Jeff Pulver’s (@JeffPulver) #140 Characters Conference in Tel Aviv earlier this month: Read Alon Nir’s blog post about the experience, and learn more about Jeff Pulver and the #140 Conference – see if there is a meet up or conference [...]

The Jewish Day School Leadership Conference will be held January 17-19, 2010 at the Marriott Glenpointe, Teaneck, New Jersey.  The conference is jointly planned by RAVSAK: The Jewish Community  Day School Network, the Institute for University-School Partnership at Yeshiva University, the Solomon Schechter Day School Association, and PARDeS: The Progressive Association of Reform Day Schools. [...]

Lots of ideas and resources went flying in the hallowed halls, session rooms, sidewalks and nearby restaurants at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center last week. Here are a few of the tasty morsels I managed to capture [disclaimer: apologies for any misrepresentations – this is how I heard them…]: Quotes: “The quality of twitter [...]

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