The Combined Jewish Philanthropies (CJP) recently donated laptops, as a part of the Teaching and Technology Fellowship program, at the Newton. Among the recipients was Concord's Kerem Shalom.
According to CJP, the goal of the program is to help supplementary school teachers effectively integrate technology inside and outside of their classrooms to create a fun and dynamic environment for learners and potentially bring learning into homes and to families. The fellows will attend seminars on educational technology this spring and summer, and work collaboratively during workshops on curriculum design to bring what they’ve learned into their classrooms this fall.
The 10 fellows represent the wide-range of supplementary schools in Greater Boston.