HAYIDION The Prizmah Journal

Technology and Jewish Education

Technology and Jewish Education

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From the Desk of Bathea James, RAVSAK President

by Bathea James Apr 02, 2007

Dear Chevre,

A Word from the Editor

by Dr. Barbara Davis Apr 02, 2007

Once again, this issue of HaYidion will be one you will want to keep. Within it are cutting-edge articles discussing the very latest in technology-related topics. Not only does this issue inform you about methodologies, resources, practices and opportunities, but it also provides a moral and Jewish context in which to consider and evaluate the opportunities, challenges and risks that 21st century technology offers the Jewish educational world.

Integration of Interactive Multimedia Courses and Their Impact on the Teacher’s Role and Status

by Tzvi Taub Apr 02, 2007

In the last thirty years major technological advances have formed the way we work and live. Three are:

Integrating SmartBoard Technology

by Janice Odesnik Apr 02, 2007

The Claire and Emanuel G. Rosenblatt Technology K-12 program at Donna Klein Jewish Academy has not only touched the lives of faculty and students alike, but has completely changed the way in which students are learning.

The Other Side of the Web

by Scott Hillman Apr 02, 2007

The internet is a wonderful source of information. With a few clicks, you can find a good restaurant, a medical diagnosis, Letterman’s Top Ten list from last night, or an essay on the history of Purim. But the internet is also full of dangers for the unwary; not just from the sexual or emotional predators we hear about, but from spiritual predators as well.