The Hebrew Department was created in 2010 with the aim of strengthening the model of teaching Hebrew as a second language in network schools and thus developing a pedagogical platform for language teaching courses by standardized levels, as well as for the professionalization of the teachers of Hebrew as a second language through the offer of continuous education, both in the university and in the schools. The Department works in 4 areas of language development, which are: the teaching of the Hebrew language, the teaching of didactics, consulting and program development, as well as the evaluation of results and implementation processes. Furthermore, the Department of Hebrew is officially recognized as a certifier of the Hebrew language as a third language and as an expert translator. In 2018 the Department expanded and became the Department of Jewish and Hebrew Education, with the aim of also professionalizing the teachers of Judaic Studies, through the development of the pedagogy and specific didactics of Judaic Studies. The Department is developing continuing education offerings in the area of Bible teaching and later in other areas related to Jewish Education. The Department also has a training program for new Jewish educators, which exposes participants to methods that respond to new educational trends and aims to cover the need to insert new educators in the network of Jewish schools.
Graduated from the Master’s Degree “The Art of Teaching Hebrew as a Second Language” from Middlebury University, USA. She has a Master’s Degree in Education from Anahuac University and a Specialty in Human Resources from the same university. He has postgraduate studies in Jewish Education from the Melton Center…
Weekly Torah reading and analysis
Addressed to: general public interested in getting to know the Torah Regular cost: $ 6,000 Register now with a 20% discount Cost with benefit: 2 monthly payments of $ 2,400
Jewish teachers in training, Jewish teachers in office – from preschool to high school – who want to improve their teaching practice, leaders of youth movements, coordinators of Jewish Studies in Mexico and Latin America and the general public interested in the subject.
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Teachers in training or acting teachers who want to improve their teaching practice, young people who work in schools but do not have previous training in education, pedagogy and didactics.
We want the ancient language of the Jewish people to be on everyone's lips!
The courses are taught at different levels, determined according to the guidelines of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages ACTFL and with the approach of Proficiency Approach. Some reasons to enroll in our Hebrew courses:
Face-to-face mode: August 26, 2020 Wednesday 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Online mode: August 27, 2020 Thursday 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. For learning the Hebrew language face-to-face mode: The courses are taught at different levels, determined according to the guidelines of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages ACTFL and with the approach of Proficiency Approach. Basic level 1 are: In person : Wednesday from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Cost: 2 payments of $ 2,730
P ara learning the Hebrew language online mode: synchronous mode: Classes are held weekly sessions using virtual classes in real time. In this modality you will have the opportunity to study 2 Hebrew sublevels every six months. Each semester has 16 sessions. Basic level 1 are: Online: Thursday 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Cost : 2 payments of $ 3,250
(With focus on preschool and elementary school). Become an educational leader and work in the schools of the Jewish network of Mexico
Remember that education is the main channel to preserve and transmit our Jewish identity. A unique program of its kind and of international quality. This program has been developed with the participation of renowned specialists in Mexico, Israel and Argentina; has the support and support of the schools of the Jewish network in Mexico, the leaders of the communities and various donors. The only postgraduate program in Jewish education in the world More than 10,000 children and young people in Mexico study in our schools. We have the mission and the challenge of recruiting professionals of the highest profile, with a vocation for service and committed to the continuity and Jewish education of Mexico. Become an agent of change! Knowledge areas: • Education • Judaic Studies • Hebrew and its teaching • Mentoring • Integrative workshops