Jewish Interactive was recently in South America (Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina): Anat trained 286 teachers in 15 Jewish schools in 3 countries, reaching over 10,000 learners!
Jewish Interactive (Ji) hosted a conference earlier this month on how to use technology for Jewish education for 23 teachers from 13 countries across Europe.
Conflicting articles about the dangers of technology use appear daily. Scientific research findings have finally been released indicating that there is no scientific evidence that damage is done from screen use.
KBA’s vision of a J-STEM lab is now on the way to reality and set to launch Jan 2019. Ji is working with KBA to integrate STEAM into the Jewish Studies curriculum.
The British Library was the perfect setting to showcase Jewish Interactive’s ground-breaking impact on the Jewish educational landscape – November 2018
There is no doubt that Natan Sharansky’s life story is one of the most inspiring Jewish journeys we all know. Ji wanted to make this and other Jewish superheroes’ stories, accessible to all Jewish children around the world. Ji harnesses cutting edge technological tools and 21st century pedagogy for Jewish and Hebrew education. Through interactiveRead more
Jewish Interactive team members Anat Goodman and Carina Rock participated in New York in the recent conference of the Department of Education of the World Zionist Organization (WZO), the National Association of Hebrew Teachers (NAHeT), and the Council for Hebrew Language and Culture in North America. Gamathon One of the innovative sessions that Ji heldRead more
Jewish Interactive hosted an exclusive evening last week in central Tel Aviv to mark its gratitude to its emeritus Chair Martin Glatt, from the Glatt Charitable Trust, who founded and supported Ji during its start-up years. The evening was dedicated to both him and his daughter, Nicky Newfield, a trailblazer in her own right whoRead more
The Jewish News wrote about the Hackathon ‘Girls Do Tech’ in which five budding entrepreneurs were crowned winners of the two-day workshop organised by Jewish Interactive and Intu encouraging girls to embrace tech
The New Jersey Jewish News wrote about the Ji Tap series by Rabbi Kerry Olitsky. Called Jewish Children’s Stories, the focus is on holiday activities such as playing dreidel; values like saying sorry; and theological concepts such as where God lives.
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