Driving Innovation in Jewish EducationCombining Modern Educational Technology with Timeless Jewish Values and Texts
Since 2009, we have empowered over 1200 Jewish educators globally to effectively implement educational technology in their classrooms.
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We also use technology to connect students to their heritage and the global Jewish community through online student experiences
Not to be Missed Opportunities
An Innovative Informal Educational Experience on Contemporary Zionism
Assistive Technology for the Struggling Student
$119.00On-Demand Discover the EdTech tools that can help you face the challenge of educating your students with special needs. Whether you teach in a special education class or mainstream, this 3 session on demand course will teach you the what and the how of using assistive technologies in your classroom.
Ji Tap: Gaming for the Jewish Classroom
$119.00On Demand A tool that’s a real game changer! Ji Tap may be the most engaging and fun game that teachers can implement in the classroom for serious learning. Teachers can create their own games or use one from a library of thousands of games produced by educators like you.
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New Perspectives on EdTech and the Jewish Classroom
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...read more
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...read more
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...read more
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...read more
What’s new at JETS
JETS Receives CILC Pinnacle Award
For the second time in the past three years JETS received the Pinnacle Award from the Center for Interactive Learning (CILC). The award reflects a very high level of client satisfaction with JETS live distance learning classes. JETS continues to offer specialized distance learning classes to Hebrew Schools. Other classes are now available through IsraEd (www.israed.org), a new organization run by former JETS partner, Rabbi Joel Cohn. We wish Joel much success in his new endeavor.
JETSAPP Tops 100 Participants
Over 100 educators are now participating in the JETSAPP online professional community. JETSAPP is a What’s app forum for educators in the field to share their knowledge and practical experience with EdTech tools and methodologies. The JETSAPP discussion has been quite active and rich.rogram join in the festivities through an EdTech exploration of 50 years of reunification via shared projects and reflections.
Global EdTech Team Extends Reach and Scope of PD Offerings
In an attempt to enhance the scope and reach of its professional development programming, JETS has developed a “Global EdTech Team” comprising 10 talented educators from five countries in Israel, Europe, and North America. The team members bring to JETS new and diverse areas of expertise, and will facilitate the offering of JETS PD programs in different geographical locations and different languages.