Educational Technology


We envision using technology to further the Yeshivah of Flatbush learning community where:
  • Students are engaged in a challenging technology integrated curriculum that is focused on blended learning, models of technology integration, inquiry-based, and hands-on learning. 
  • Teachers utilize technology to support teaching and learning across the curriculums –Torah Studies and General Studies. Teachers function as coaches, mentors, advocates, and managers of information. Teachers receive ongoing professional development and apply their new learning in classroom instruction.
  • Administrative functions, including those performed by instructional staff, are fully automated, thereby allowing more of the school system's energy and resources to be focused on student education and student achievement gains. 


To move forward vigorously to integrate technology into PreK-12 curriculum, Torah studies, instructional methodologies, and professional development to drive and expand the scope, quality, and richness of teaching, learning to impact student achievement with measurable data. Yeshivah of Flatbush expands 1:1 Chromebook Initiative.


During July and August, the Yeshivah of Flatbush Informational & Instructional Technology Department completed the second annual 2018-19 Teaching & Technology Summer Institute for YOF Teachers, Office Staff and Administrators! We carefully designed the professional development sessions to include time to learn, share, collaborate and integrate technology as well as time in the sessions for hands-on learning. In addition, topics of the TPACK Model, Differentiation, Formative Assessment, and Collaborative Learning were part of sessions.

The theme for the 2018 Teaching & Technology Summer Institute was; Collaboration, Unity and Sharing through Technology! Research shows that educational experiences that are active, social, contextual, engaging, and student-owned, lead to deeper learning.

Our training sessions included technology tools and methods for teachers to tap into their own passion for education and for their subject matter, they can capture the students' imaginations and evoke a sense of excitement to inspire students to question, discover and anticipate the future with an exhilarating sense of potential.


Dr. Christine Coleman
Director of Information & Instructional Technology

Rabbi Yonah Krainess
Educational Technology Director 
Coordinator EdTech Summer Professional Development

Rabbi Benjy Kramer
Coordinator of Educational Technology and Educational Technology Specialist 9-12

Tziri Lamm
Educational Technology Specialist 9-12

Danielle Orville
Educational Technology Specialist N-8

Sara Schonfeld
Educational Technology Specialist N-8


Summer Professional Development 2020

YOF Teachers & Staff participated in our
2020 Teaching & Technology Summer Institute that was provided on Zoom

Non-YOF Participants from 17 outside Jewish Day Schools

Hours of professional learning in July & August.

Courses were offered

Yeshivah of Flatbush Teaching & Technology Summer Institute is now a Summer Learning Lab Partner with
Center for Jewish Day Schools

Professional Developers

Dr. Christine Coleman - YOF Director of Informational & Instructional Technology
Rabbi Yonah Krainess - YOF Educational Technology Director
Tziri Lamm - Educational Technology Specialist - YOF HS
Chani Laufer - Educational Technology Trainer - YOF ES
Danielle Orville - Educational Technology Specialist – YOF ES
Sarah Schonfeld - YOF ES Teacher
Nathan Wieand - Coordinator of STEM for K-8, Technology Teacher-YOF ES & MS
Rachel Levitt Klein Dratch - Prizmah
Elisheva Zeffren - Founder of SOS
Malky Bergstein - Student Services Coordinator - YOF JBHS

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