IT, Computers, Science, and Technology
The IT Administration is constantly working to promote pedagogic innovation, so that Jerusalem students will receive tools and skills that will help them become part of the technological revolution taking place in schools, and encourage schools to integrate technology as part of the learning and teaching processes in schools.
The Digital School Program has been operating for the past five years in 12 secondary schools in the city. The classroom learning takes place with the help of a laptop for every student and teacher. The students learn in a digital and collaborative platform that enables them to develop digital skills that are in keeping with the 21st century.
Digital Schools are the municipal locomotive that paves the way and creates innovative teaching and learning patterns. The IT Administration accompanies the various schools in the city in creating a pedagogic process that integrates the IT tools in a manner appropriate for the school.
Office 365 Education
A collaboration with Microsoft Israel in which 10 primary schools from West and East Jerusalem participate in a pilot project that enables teachers and students to study together in a collaborative environment. Teachers and students learn together with the collaborative tools of Office 365, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Teams, and Sway. As part of the Education Ministry's agreement with Microsoft, you can download the latest version of the Office software for your child free of charge.
For all of the details on the Ministry of Education website (in Hebrew) - click here.
Coming soon! An online learning center in anticipation of the matriculation exams, for students of Jerusalem who will take matriculation exams in the summer. The Learning Center will take place through the Class.me app, which enables chats and communication between teachers and students after school hours. In the framework of the Learning Center, students will receive 6 hours of pre-test preparation by a private tutor who will help students prepare for the exams and answer their questions.
This year, the pilot will involve mathematics and the sciences in several schools in the city.
By prior telephone coordination
Dr. Klausner - Coordinator of Techno-Pedagogic Projects
Inquiries by email - email@example.com