The National Association of Teachers of Hebrew (NATH) is a professional association devoted exclusively to the needs of Hebrew teachers in North America and is committed to their professional growth.
A new initiative of The Council for Hebrew Language and Culture in North America, the NATH will:
- Locate and network with Hebrew language and culture teachers throughout North America, identify their professional needs and strive to fulfill those needs through direct assistance, workshops and courses.
- Provide opportunities for professional development as well as a platform for educators to discuss programs, research projects, pedagogy and scholarly information.
- Create, coordinate and produce various Hebrew theater, cinema, literature, linguistic and cultural events that can elevate Hebrew language learning opportunities within member communities.
- Connect teachers to researchers, writers and producers of Hebrew curriculum, content and pedagogical disciplines.
- Create a supportive community of learners that will meet online as well as in regional, national and international settings.
- Foster connections with others around the world to advance and promote the study and teaching of the Hebrew language, as well as its literature and culture, for all educational levels throughout North America.
- Maintain a database that will include employment opportunities, job seekers and relocation details.
We cordially invite you to be a part of this exciting endeavor and encourage you to inform us about other Hebrew language and culture educators who may be interested in joining NATH.
For more information or to find out how to help, please call Alex Blumin at (440) 781-2125 or email:
Alex Blumin, Interim Director, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: TheHebrewman@gmail.com
Naama Artzi, Founding Committee Member, Omaha, Nebraska: firstname.lastname@example.org
Esty Gross, Founding Committee Member,, Los Angeles, California: EstyGross@yahoo.com
Einat Cohen-Nissan Glen, Founding Committee Member, Miami, Florida: NattiCohen@msn.com
Click to fill in the attached form (in Hebrew): Registration Form
The Organizing Committee
The Council For Hebrew Language and Culture in North America