Adjunct Professor of Hebrew
Near Eastern and Judaic Studies
Hebrew language. Deals with topics of competency-based Curriculum for teaching modern Hebrew at the secondary and post-secondary levels, application and proficiency in foreign language at the different levels.
Consultant for Jewish day schools, temples, and Hebrew language programs at other universities and is an oral proficiency interviewer, trainer, and rater for the Hebrew Speaking Test developed by the ACTFL.
Lesley College, Ph.D.
Hebrew College, M.A.
Hebrew University Jerusalem, B.A.
Awards and Honors
keter Tora (2008)
Sidney Hillson Memorial Award, Hebrew College, "to an individual who has made a commitment to the furtherance of Jewish education" (1998)
National Endowment for Humanities Summer seminar (1994)
|EL||94a||Experiential Learning Practicum|
|HBRW||34a||Intermediate Hebrew II: Aspects of Israeli Culture|
|HBRW||41a||Advanced Intermediate Hebrew: Intensive Conversation|
|HBRW||44b||Advanced Intermediate Hebrew: Israeli Culture and Media|
|HBRW||121b||Let's converse in Hebrew, II|
|HBRW||123b||Creative Reading and Writing in Hebrew II|
|HBRW||141a||Advanced Hebrew Conversation|
|HBRW||168a||Hebrew Language Teaching I|
|HBRW||168b||Hebrew Language Teaching II|
|HBRW||170a||Take I: Hebrew through Israeli Cinema|
|HBRW||250||Hebrew as a Second Language: Principles and Pedagogy|
|HBRW||307a||Readings in Curriculum Theory and Development|