Technology is a big part of the world we live in.
And technology is here to stay.
But consider this:
The data is in, and it’s not good. Current research proves that digital media is increasingly affecting us in ways we never imagined. The constant stream of data leads to disengagement from real relationships, from listening to one's inner voice, from simply thinking.
Digital culture is slowly eroding our Torah values – traditional values like privacy, self-control, silence, inner depth, and building genuine relationships.
How can we balance a life of kedusha
with the present technological reality?
The Penimi High School Technology Curriculum is a year-long interactive course that equips students with a deep understanding of how technology affects our belief system. Its highly customizable design allows it to be modified to meet the standards set forth by each community.
And it’s working in tens of schools.
The gradual processing of information, with responsive give-and-take, allows students to form a new perspective about digital media. A perspective that becomes their own.
Teacher handbook with research-based lesson plans
Hands-on student activities and projects