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Ubiquity, Access, & Availability: How EdTech Can Transform Schools, Homes, & Anywhere In Between

Michael Cohen, The Tech Rabbi

To understand and then appreciate technology’s role in our learning and our lives, we need to understand the essence of what technology is and what it allows us to do. When we move beyond brand names and the latest technical features we can see that technology is meant to allow us to increase our production, communication, and give us the ability to interface and interact with the world around us.

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Statement Against White Supremacy & Hate

Jewish Funders Network views the recent demonstration of Nazis and other white supremacists in Charlottesville, Va., and the acts of terrorism that accompanied it, with outrage, sadness, and contempt. To say that we condemn white supremacy is virtually redundant; to exist as Jews, and to exist as true philanthropists, is to be a living contradiction to Nazism, white supremacy, and all forms of hatred.

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Jewish EdTech: If You Build It, Will They Come?

By Jarred Myers & Nicky Newfield

Developing the Jewish EdTech ecosystem requires an agile investment approach. The optimal framework for this is an application of the Lean start-up methodology, often referred to in the social sector as the Lean Impact Methodology.

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Groundbreaking Israeli Aid to Syria: Recent News & JFN's Role

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The Adaptation Process of Jewish Philanthropies to Changing Environments: The Case of the UJA-Federation of New York Since 1990

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Augmented Reality in Jewish Day Schools

Augmented reality tools can be used by teachers and students to enhance Jewish learning.

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