How to Teach Seniors Tech
We are very excited to present Mittler Senior Technology’s 5 tips to guide you in teaching seniors technology! If you are a member of the younger generation, this video was made for YOU! Help your grandparents adjust to the new world of technology.
Self-Guided Virtual Portal
Announcing the all-new Mittler Senior Technology Virtual Portal, where you can participate in our classes at your own pace directly from your homes! You can participate in our "Computer Basics Class" for only $5.00/class and our "Advanced Computers Class" for only $7.50/class. Click HERE to access the portal.
Due to the circumstances, all classes are taking place weekly via ZOOM. Below are the details about the classes being offered virtually during the Coronavirus Pandemic. All in-person classes will resume in the Fall of 2021.
Technology During COVID: Computer and Smartphone Course
Our personalized lesson plans were adapted to online live lessons taught by the Mittler Senior Technology Team. Each week is spent exploring topics that are specifically relevant during the time of the Coronavirus. Past lessons have included online entertainment, shopping online, online banking, and using FaceTime.
Classes take place every Sunday at 11:30 AM ET.
Question and Answer Session
This is a weekly session dedicated to answering personal and individual questions regarding devices at home. This session is also an opportunity for students in the Sunday "Technology during Coronavirus" class to ask follow-up questions. There is no structured syllabus for this session. This is facilitated by Joe Kaplan.
Sessions take place every Monday at 7:00 PM ET.
Virtual Portal Classes
If you are looking for our most premium service offered, our virtual portal is for you! We currently offer two classes: "Computer Basics" and "Advanced Computers". These classes are comprised of professional educational videos, alongside organized handouts and a Q+A field. This platform was designed to make your learning experience simple and user-friendly. You can start these classes today!
Computer Basics - $5.00/class
Advanced Computers - $7.50/class
Private Technology Assistance
If you are interested in receiving private one-on-one technology assistance/tutoring with one of the members of the Mittler Senior Technology team, please email email@example.com (link below) expressing your interest and we will follow-up with you with available time slots. We can either spend the time teaching from our curriculums or answering your questions. Due to COVID-19, all of these private sessions will take place online using ZOOM.
If you are interested, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
It is the responsibility of the younger generation to educate seniors about technology. The goal of Mittler Senior Technology is to cure the issue of social isolation within senior communities and to help seniors feel connected with our new world of technology. Our personalized classes strive to educate seniors on how to communicate with friends and family in the manner in which the world is accustomed to today, and how to use technological tools to enhance and simplify their daily lives.
Changing The World One Senior at a Time
Changing The World One Senior at a Time
Director and Founder of Mittler Senior Technology
Head Teacher and Program Coordinator
My name is Jordan Mittler and I am currently a junior at the Ramaz Upper School in Manhattan, graduating in 2022. I am the director and founder of Mittler Senior Technology, a program that offers professional technology education to seniors. I am a passionate pianist, movie producer, and technology enthusiast. My goal is to change the lives of seniors in a way they never thought possible through the use of simple technology. My affiliations include Congregation Kehilath Jeshrun, The Ramaz School, The UJA Federation of New York, The Jewish Week’s 36 Under 36, Teen Vogue, Tivity Health, Health eVillages, Knowledge @ Wharton High School, The Wharton Global Youth Program, NASDAQ, CBS, Ny1, Expressions by Wallgreens, NPR News, WBUR Kind World, The Today Show with Hoda and Jenna, WCBS 880 Radio, CNN, and NBC New York.
The Mittler Senior Technology Team
Director and Founder
Content and Layout Advisor
Social Media Advisor
I was never able to send pictures on my phone and now that I can do it, I have done it many times. I never knew what all the icons were used for and feel more comfortable with them now. I have had many teachers over my lifetime and Jordan is a natural. I am much less afraid of the computer because of the class
You have brought us, seniors, into the 21st century. This class is clear, organized, and extremely informative. The instructors dedicate so much time to presenting each class. This has truly changed my life.
I learned not to be afraid of the computer…fearless I’m not! The more I learn, the more I see how much more I need to learn. I recently read in the Times, that children learn a language much easier if a new language is taught before the age of seven. For me, using the computer is a new language which is developing, and changing rapidly. It’s hard to play “catch-up” at my age, but you have enabled me to be more confident when using technology.
Because of this class, I find that I can get through the days and weeks. I enjoyed all the classes, particularly the class that covered the “Internet”. I found I moved around the computer faster. I want to thank Jordan for being so generous with his time and knowledge. He has been exemplary in providing a well organized and presented computer class.
You made something that seemed overwhelming and incomprehensible manageable to somebody my age. You have narrowed the generation gap between us and our children and grandchildren.
I am no longer afraid to click the buttons and try new things. I want to thank this class because it's so wonderful being with people who are younger than I.
This class has been a phenomenon in my life. I can't express how grateful I am for this experience. The instructors have become like heroes to me.
You have given me the confidence to not be so afraid that when I touch my iPhone, it won't blow up in front of my face.