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HATC HIGHLIGHTS

Rabbi Andrew Ergas Welcomes Dr. Esty Gross to HATC

 

On behalf of the leadership and staff of Hebrew at the Center (HATC), I am thrilled to announce that Dr. Esty Gross will be joining our professional team as Chief of Staff and Director of Education as of May 16, 2022. 

For the past five years, she has served as the Education Director for Hebrew Studies, Global Division for the Center for Educational Technology (CET), a leading provider of Hebrew curriculum and professional development for the Jewish educational field worldwide. She has worked within academia as a former Associate Coordinator of DeLeT L’Ivrit and currently serves as a Visiting Lecturer at DeLeT Lehoraat Ivrit at Hebrew Union College and as an Adjunct Professor in the MAT-TESOL program for the University of Southern California. Esty has over twenty-five years of field experience… Read the full announcement regarding Dr. Esty Gross

New Hebrew Teacher Boot Camp

Registration is open for the New Hebrew Teacher Boot Camp מכינה למורים חדשים on Tuesday, Aug. 2 to Thursday, August 4, 2022, 11:30 AM – 5 PM EST. This virtual training provides basic preparation for teachers’ first days at school. This intensive workshop is designed for beginning Hebrew teachers or teachers early in their career who are interested in the Proficiency Approach. Cost is $749 for the entire course; 10% discount for HATC or Prizmah members. Click here to register today.  

 

Relationship Between Modern & Classical Hebrew

On the November 12, 2021 HATC hosted Dr. Tali Artman, who discussed how to optimize integration of both Classical and Modern Hebrew into the school curriculum, and demonstrated the importance of Modern Hebrew in the teachings of Classical Hebrew.