Teacher Coaches for Judaics, Heads of Judaic Studies, and Instructional Coaches - this webinar series is designed to help you!
Join us for 45 minutes of engaging and content filled, student-centered learning, ready to use games, activities and text studies that engage diverse learners in innovative ways to prepare for upcoming holidays. The webinar series will model differentiated instruction and offer ready to use lesson plan ideas that can be used in classes right away and also as examples for your coaching and beyond.
Each session will have TWO time slot options so people can choose the time that best fits their schedule: On Tuesdays at 12pm ET / 9am PT or in the evening at 8pm ET / 5pm PT.
About our facilitator
Rachel Levitt Klein Dratch
Associate Director, Educational Innovation
firstname.lastname@example.org | (646) 975-2814
Rachel Levitt Klein Dratch is wholeheartedly invested in the Jewish world of education. Rachel has a Masters in Jewish Education from Yeshiva University, is a Mandel Jerusalem Fellow, participated in the Mandel Teacher Education Program, has a popular ELI talk, and has served as a scholar in residence in many communities. She has also spent time in Maimonides school in Boston, taught Torah, led rallies for Soviet Jewry, and more. Rachel was a student teacher at Michlalah in Jerusalem before continuing her passion for teaching as a Hebrew school teacher and student leader at Stern College. Rachel deepened her understanding of pedagogy and methodology, as well as curriculum design while developing classes and programs, both formal and informal.
Rachel served as a Tanach and Prayer teacher, Director of Professional Development, Teacher Mentor, Dean of students, Vice Principal, Student Life Coordinator, Israel guidance advisor and other meaningful roles at many amazing day schools including: Frisch, Ramaz, Maimonides, Fuchs Mizrachi, Berman Academy and Beth Tfiloh. Rachel has also been Director of SLED educational consulting, and spends her summers at Camp Moshava IO running drama and special programming. Most of all, Rachel is grateful for and inspired by her family: including her new husband and the 11 children they are blessed with between them both. Rachel lives in New York and thrilled to be a part of the Prizmah team!