Flipped Classroom

10 Jewish YouTube Channels for Teaching Judaic Studies

August 30, 2016
Great videos for teaching Jewish history, tradition, life, and culture to a whole range of ages!
Flipped Learning, Flipped Classroom, Jewish Education, judaic studies, YouTube, Videos, Jewish History, Jewish Holidays, Hebrew

Top 10 Places to Go this Summer for PD and Vacation

June 20, 2016
It’s a myth that teachers have the summer off, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a blast when you go for professional development!
Professional Development, Blended Learning, Flipped Classroom, Differentiated Instruction, EdTech, Google Apps for Education

DJLN Educator Spotlight: Flipping for Mishnah with Rabbi Avrohom Wagshul

June 07, 2016
Students are bringing Torah to life in this Judaic Studies classroom.
Educator Spotlight, Flipped Classroom, Flipped Learning, EdTech, Educational Technology, judaic studies, Jewish Education, Mishnah

Bringing the Technology Playground Back to School

May 02, 2016
I took a cue from ISTE and created an interactive space for teachers to try out educational technology.
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Saying “Yes” More Often Than “No”: Empowering Students in the 21st Century Classroom

October 27, 2015
At the ISTE conference, there were six key concepts that were real eye-openers for me.
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Getting Appy With My English Class

October 20, 2015
I was given the freedom to go into the conference with an open mind to be inspired.
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DJLN Educator Spotlight: Flipping the Classroom with Randee Groveman

May 26, 2015
Randee Groveman’s teaching philosophy follows Robert Frost’s quote: “I’m not a teacher, but an awakener.”
Educator Spotlight, Flipped Classroom, learning management system, LMS, English, EdTech, Blended Learning

What is DJLN Up To This Year?

Samis, Professional Development, Google Hangout on Air, Flipped Classroom, Flipped Learning

From Flipped Classrooms to Flipped Learning: Advancing the quality and value of our flipped learning

August 13, 2014
This past June, I had the pleasure of attending the annual conference of the International Society for Technology Education (ISTE) for the first time, thanks to the generous support of the Digital Jewish Learning Network (DJLN) and the AVICHAI Foundation.
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Using Flipped Learning to Foster Deeper Learning

July 22, 2014
I quickly discovered that one never knows from where a useful nugget of information will come. I learned from new acquaintances while waiting for a presentation to begin and from old acquaintances with whom I rarely have time to discuss innovation...
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Using Blended Learning to Maximize Classroom Time

February 12, 2014
Among the different challenges I face as a teacher, the challenge of maximizing learning and teaching is among the most crucial. I usually feel that I do not have enough time with my students and I have so much that I want to achieve (sound familiar?).
Blended Learning, Differentiated Instruction, Rotation Model, Flipped Classroom, Student Directed Learning, Student Engagement

Becoming Invisible In My Classroom

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