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Sunday, March 19 • 13:00 - 13:45
A Viable Alternative to the Financial Crisis in Jewish Education

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The financial burden of Jewish Day School education can be reduced through the redesign of schools for the 21st Century. Various researched and proven avenues for reducing the cost of day school will be explored. A description of a less expensive way to deliver High School credits and Jewish Studies called "Blended Learning" will be presented. 

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Sholom Eisenstat

Consultant, Taskilu Resources
Sholom has retired from a 35-year career teaching in Jewish day schools and public secondary schools in the Toronto area. He has an MA in Jewish Studies. Over the decades, he became an expert at educational technology for the classroom and an evangelist for technology integration across the curriculum. He currently consults to Jewish schools cultivating the integration of technology into Jewish Studies.

Sunday March 19, 2017 13:00 - 13:45
L4 27th Floor

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