Hebrew Language Teachers

by | Jun 20, 2022 | Day School Faculty Positions, Teaching Positions

Hebrew Language Teachers (Full or Part Time)

About this Position:

Berman Hebrew Academy, in Rockville, MD, seeks full or part time Hebrew Language teachers to begin August 2022. The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in Hebrew or related fields, three or more years of high school classroom teaching experience, and a commitment to helping students become insightful speakers, readers, and writers of Hebrew language and Israeli culture. Candidates must be able to work collaboratively within and outside of the department and demonstrate an interest in ongoing professional growth.

Ideal candidates will have:
A passion for teaching foreign language to Middle and High School students
Experience in differentiating instruction, familiarity with Project Based Language Learning (PBLL), and a passion for creating dynamic and engagement lesson
Comfort with technology

Responsibilities:
Part time (mornings) teaching in middle and upper school
Additional duties typical of full time teachers
Participation in team meetings
Qualifications:
Advanced degree in Hebrew Language or Education
A command of Hebrew language instruction
Familiarity with Bishvil HaIvrit (Neta) preferred
At least 3 years of relevant experience preferred

Please send your resume and cover letter to kaye@mjbha.org with “MS/US Hebrew Teacher” in the subject line.

About Berman Hebrew Academy:

Berman Hebrew Academy is an Orthodox Co-Educational Day School that provides a comprehensive Jewish and secular education in an atmosphere of reverence, good citizenship, and love of the Jewish people and Israel. Adhering to standards of academic excellence and exemplary moral conduct, it prepares its graduates to become Halachically observant, well-educated Jews. It provides opportunities for each student to achieve the maximum of his or her potential, engaged with, and contributing to both the Jewish community and the society at large.

Contact email: kaye@mjbha.org

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