I have spent a lot of time scouring the iPad and iPhone app stores for apps to help you teach about Tishrei and the Chagim therein. The ones I have on my iPad are, for the most part, free. Click on the interactive image to find out more about each app.
I love Flipboard. I think Flipboard is a must have app for anyone, whatever their profession as, not only is it beautiful, it does its job spectacularly well. As an education professional, I use Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ etc to get news and updates about what is happening in education around the world. It can
Last year when I was planning a lesson about Lag B’Omer to teach to my Year 3 class I got to thinking. What did I want them to take away from the lesson? Did I want them to just learn the story of Rabbi Akiva as was stated in my curriculum or did I want
Next week is Yom HaShoah, the day when Jews all around the world commemorate the Holocaust and mourn all we lost during that period of time. A couple of years ago, as part of my degree studies, I was asked to think about what aspect of the Shoah I would teach to 7-8 year olds and why. I was
Apologies for being so quiet recently. I have been so busy with my new job at Jewish Interactive and have been posting the a little bit but it has left me little time to focus on my personal blog. I thought I’d tell you about one of my favourite apps this week. I use Pocket