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Peter Eckstein

The summer of 2014 saw a continuation of the shift in the culture of JEDLAB. Yes, for many it is still a virtual place for the exchange of ideas — a safe place to vision, ponder and discuss. 398 more words

Great Ideas In Jewish Education

The Home Team Advantage: Beware of the "Summer Slide"

We have reached the time during summer break when kids are bored and many parents struggle to find ways to entertain them until school starts again. 1,600 more words

Environmental Education


What is PrayerTech?

PrayerTech is a multiplatform integrated system for facilitating student development of Hebrew prayer comprehension and performance skills. Students can log on using a smart-device (iOS ot Android tablet) or MAC or PC computer to do work on their own. 256 more words

Innovations In Education

Introducing The Green Beans & the Litterbugs: A Multimedia Approach to Environmental Education

In celebration of National Environmental Education Week and Earth Day next Tuesday April 22, I want to take this opportunity to thank all of the people who read my blog in the United States and around the world. 704 more words

Environmental Education

I Wanna Start a Fad

Joel Lurie Grishaver

There are a lot of places to look for what is hot in Jewish Education. You can look at JEDLAB and JED21… 1,399 more words

Gris Notes

What’s Up at JedLab

Peter Eckstein

Sometimes the conversations on JEDLAB are “ripped from the headlines”. Recently, the New York Times published an article called Lab/Shul Is an Experimental Jewish Gathering Still in Its Beta Phase… 425 more words

Great Ideas In Jewish Education

Reenvisioning Math Education: The Computer Based Math Summit

The 2013 Computer Based Math (CBM) Summit hosted at UNICEF this past November was a success. I shall elaborate. At the core, CBM is about refocusing math toward relevant and conceptually interesting topics. 322 more words