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Ji Tap – In the Game of Engaging Education

Are you teaching Jewish studies or Ivrit? Do you want positive and relevant learning experiences in your classroom for the coming year? Are you thinking about tomorrow's child? These are questions I would ask myself regularly. I taught for many years and observed time...

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Educational Technology for Special Needs: The Next Frontier

The rapid development of online tools and technologies has resulted in ongoing advancement in the field of special education. This a record of my odyssey on educational technology for special needs: SPED TECH… the next frontier. These are the stories of a courageous...

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The Month of Cheshvan is not Bitter Anymore

The Jewish month of Cheshvan is traditionally known as “Mar Cheshvan”, the “Bitter Cheshvan”, because it has been bereft of Jewish special occasions. This is no longer so. The Ethiopian Jewish holiday of Sigd falls on the 29 th of Cheshvan. Sigd is a holiday that...

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My Innovation is Bigger than Your Innovation

By Ari Kellerman I consider myself to be a fairly growth-oriented high school teacher. I enjoy conferences that open new possibilities in my classroom, I subscribe (secretly) to several educational magazines, and I am in several teacher Whatsapp groups that keep fresh...

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