Monthly Archives: October 2010

Postscripts from PEJE

I just spent the last few minutes scrolling through my “handwritten” notes that I emailed myself from my iPad from this year’s 2010 PEJE Assembly for Advancing the Jewish Day School Field.  Here, for example, is a page of handiwork: … Continue reading

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Transparency as Pedagogy

“A Floor, But No Ceiling?”  Sure…but what about walls? I had an interesting conversation this morning with our Admissions & Marketing Director and one of our 21st Century Learning Teachers… We believe we are striking out on a relatively uncharted … Continue reading

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Leap of Faith

What a week! I had the privilege of spending much of this week up at Camp Ramah Darom with our Middle School on its annual retreat. What an experience.  I certainly know my middle schoolers better than I did before the … Continue reading

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iJew

I have an iPad.  It is pretty awesome. I use it for a variety of purposes – some of them are even work-related!  I carry it on my class walk-throughs so that I can write notes about what I am … Continue reading

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