DigitalJLearning Network offers flexible professional development to meet a variety of needs. Whether it’s open sessions, school-based workshops and coaching, or community partnerships, we have a model that’s right for your school. Read below to learn more, and see what's coming soon. Be sure to check back to find out the dates for public professional development sessions!
To learn more about bringing DJLN professional development to your school, contact us.
Next Workshop: EdTech in the Judaic Studies Classroom - Tuesday, April 17, 2018, 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM
What are the best apps for math or reading? How can technology support learning in Judaic Studies and Hebrew? What’s the ultimate effect on learning? How do we know we’re making the right technology choices? What hardware should we buy? Many schools find themselves asking these questions. Make sure you ask the right questions before you make a big technology investment. Let DigitalJLearning help you strategically align your technology with how learning happens at your school.
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Our EdTech workshops are held at The Jewish Education Project offices in Midtown Manhattan. Workshops on educational technology can also be held at your school or professional development event by request. Please contact Gary Hartstein at GHartstein@JewishEdProject.org to discuss pricing and potential subject matter options. Schools located in New York City may be able to use Title 2 funding for these workshops.
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DJLN partners with schools and communities in North America, bringing the experience and the power of a national network to support local educators. The specific goals for each partnership vary, but share a focus on meaningfully integrating technology to support student learning. A big part of this work often involves blended learning, a natural pathway to personalization and student autonomy. DJLN works with local funders and community agencies to help schools develop knowledge and capacity to personalize student learning, and integrate technology resources that are aligned to desired learning outcomes. Through a DJLN partnership, schools can shift to a deep and meaningful integration of technology, including use of blended learning models, without overextending already strained resources. DJLN leverages a network of experts to help guide schools through the process, building capacity for sustaining effective models of instruction.
Common elements of community partnerships include: ongoing professional learning through in-person and online sessions, coaching & consulting in support of each school’s work, development of a community of practice with teachers and administrators from local day schools, and participation in guided site visits of other schools..
To learn about our current community partnerships, click here.
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