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EdtechMMG, LLC

Buffalo Grove, IL Phone: (847) 507-4973
Email: mindy@edtechmmg.com
Web: http://www.edtechmmg.com
Contact: Mindy Gold

EdtechMMG creates highly collaborative and innovative professional development experiences for Jewish educators rooted in Jewish text study and hands-on explorations of blended learning technologies. Our professional development series are paired with in-classroom instructional coaching, online learning opportunities, and parallel student and family programming. We provide customized consulting and curriculum design services for both educational and technology-based initiatives. By connecting Jewish education goals and technology-infused learning, our model focuses on keeping Jewish content accessible, engaging, and connected to the daily lives of today's Jewish students.

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