Project-Based Learning

Paper Clips and Duct Tape: Getting Started With the Maker Movement

October 13, 2016
Your ultimate guide to getting your makerspace started this year!
Makerspace, Project-Based Learning, Maker Movement, 3D Printing, STEAM

DJLN Educator Spotlight: The Meaning in Mishnah: Project-Based Learning with Rabbi Simcha Schaum

November 02, 2015
Find out how project-based learning is being used to engage students in the study of mishnah.
Educator Spotlight, Project-Based Learning, Jewish Education, judaic studies, Mishnah, Assessment, Blended Learning

It's the Process, Not the Product

October 13, 2015
Project-based learning doesn’t focus on the product but rather the process.
DJLN at ISTE 2015, ISTE 2015, ISTE, EdTech, Blended Learning, Project-Based Learning

Bringing the Maker Movement into Your Blended Classroom: Video & PD Guide

February 19, 2015
This past week, we had the pleasure of having Tikvah Wiener, Chief Academic Officer at Magen David Yeshiva High School, as our guest on Google Hangout on Air! She helped us explore the Maker Movement, which has been taking the education world by storm
EdTech, Google Hangout on Air, Magen David Yeshivah, Maker Movement, Professional Development Guide, Project-Based Learning

It's Not About the Technology

August 07, 2014
"It's not about the technology." Music to my ears! I heard this phrase used over and over at the ISTE conference and I couldn't agree more.
Learning Goals, Project-Based Learning, Student Directed Learning, DJLN at ISTE, ISTE 2014 Reflection, ISTE14

The Model, Not the Method, Comes First

December 26, 2013
As you may have heard, Luria Academy of Brooklyn was recently named one of the 50 most innovative Jewish organizations by the Slingshot Fund. What you may not have heard is that Luria Academy is a member of the DigitalJLearning Network (DJLN).
Slingshot Fund, Blended Learning, Fail Forward, Luria Academy, Montessori, Technology Planning, Educational Technology, Project-Based Learning