Teaching with Tech

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This workshop will guide novice and more seasoned classroom-based technology users into integrating technology in a strategic and impactful way. In this workshop participants will review the SAMR Model and Bloom’s Taxonomy, two frameworks used by educators to help design tasks and lessons that use technology, as well as understand how they impact student outcomes. Participants will also be tasked with thinking about the apps and websites they are currently using in their curriculum.


Monica Klein

Monica Klein holds a Master’s degree from Bank Street and has over ten years of education experience. She is currently the Lower School Technology and Design Teacher at the Dwight School. Monica began her education career at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, where she oversaw 250 museum educators and led tours of the museum exhibitions. Later, after a few years as a pre-school teacher at Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway she shifted in to their educational technology team. Monica worked at Ramaz Lower School as the education technology specialist where she taught classes for kindergarten-fourth grade students and worked with faculty on technology integration. Prior to her current position, she worked as the Educational Technology Consultant at DigitalJLearning, of The Jewish Education Project.