The Tech Rabbi

Rabbi Michael Cohen is the creator of the “Invisible iPad” approach to technology use in education, a topic on which he has presented at several conferences, institutions, and a featured article on MindShift.com. Due to this innovative approach, Michael was selected to join the Apple Distinguished Educators Class of 2015. Michael is currently the Director of Educational Technology at Harkham Hillel Hebrew Academy in Beverly Hills. He holds a B.F.A. in Printmaking from California State University, Long Beach, Rabbinic Ordination from Rabbi Dovid Schochet, Toronto, and is currently pursuing a Masters of Science in Education specializing in Educational Technology at California State University, Fullerton.

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Posts by The Tech Rabbi

New Site Launch!

Dear Friends, Family, and PLN: The Tech Rabbi is about to get a major facelift in the next few weeks. This announcement is to notify […]

Euro 2016, Portugal, and a Teachable Moment

Click to view Adobe Spark PageFiled under: Education, Technology Tagged: belief, empower, euro2016, finals, futbol, portugal, soccer, strength, teaching

I Preordered the iPad Pro and I am Scared

I love the iPad. I find it to be one of the most amazing computing devices of the past two decades. It’s tactile and model […]

Why Coding and Computational Thinking Are Not The Same Thing

I made a CD player. You know, like the default program from Windows 98 that lets you control a CD? Except mine was blue with […]

Building, Making, Programing in 2015

Higher-Order thinking skills rock. While I can still name off all 50 states, the preamble, and tell you the process of mitosis, I still struggle […]

Live Feedback In Elementary English

Imagine struggling to write a persuasive essay and a magical Grammar Angel descends from above blanketing your writing with a glistening frost of feedback and […]

What A Little Audio Can Do

There is something powerful about the spoken word. When it’s accompanied by a striking visual it can leave the listener thinking, wondering, looking for more. It […]

5 Ways The iPad Revolutionized Education

The truth is, that it isn’t just the iPad. Tablet technology has revolutionized education. It has such potential to completely transform student learning, when used in […]

How To Measure Innovation

In education today, “innovation” is quite the buzzword. The question is how do you measure it? It’s difficult to measure, mostly because it’s not testable, […]

Time Machines, Management, & Misuse

Technology is something powerful. The innovative and imaginative experiences that we are able to create today are unlike anything seen in history. Technology by definition gives […]

Learning Is Down! I Mean The Internet.

Can a classroom be considered a 21st-Century learning environment without internet access? For many of our students, it seems impossible to imagine a life without […]

Coding Your Story

If you asked me as a kid growing up “what’s Python?”, I would tell you it was a snake at the zoo. Today it isn’t […]

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