Ji tap: Gaming for the Jewish Classroom

$119.00

3-Session Webinar

 

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Description

A tool that’s a real game changer!

Wouldn’t it be great to have Jewish interactive games created by educators from around the world at your fingertips? And wouldn’t it be awesome that if you didn’t find what you were looking for you could make your own games…in minutes?

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Getting Jewish Learners into the Game

 

Description

A tool that’s a real game changer!

Wouldn’t it be great to have Jewish interactive games created by educators from around the world at your fingertips? And wouldn’t it be awesome if you could make your own games…in minutes?

In this webinar we will explore two main applications of a powerful edtech tool that promotes gamification in Jewish studies. Participants will learn how to create engaging gaming content, and how to integrate gamification into the classroom and at home.  Using Ji Tap, any educator can embed their own texts or video and teach anything across the Jewish Studies/Ivrit Curriculum. The aim is for participants to discover for themselves how this innovative platform can enhance the pedagogical process and significantly enhance assessment for learning! Geared for K-12th grades.

NOTE: To create Ji Tap games you will need an ipad.

Teacher Takeaways:

  • Master basic game creation skills: fluency, analysis, application
  • Improve flipped learning methods
  • Create course content using tools to maximize student engagement

Student Takeaways:

  • Utilize the power of your students’ creativity to help them convey their learning through gamification.
  • Students can learn at their own pace

Instructor

Sammy Morhaim

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Sammy Morhaim grew up in London, England. He attended yeshiva for 4 years and then completed two degrees, one in Humanities and the other in Education. Sammy moved to Manchester and taught Jewish Studies for upper elementary school in King David Primary for 8 years, heading the department for the last two years. Since September Sammy has been working with Jewish Interactive training, creating and facilitating Jewish learning through tech. He enjoys spending time with his wife and 4 kids and enjoys most sports especially football (soccer) and tennis.

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