Cours de développement professionnel

Cours de développement professionnel pour rebbetzins
Michpakha ou Kehila

6-10 juillet 2014

Rejoignez-nous cet été pour un cours de développement professionnel unique pour les rebbetzins et les enseignantes aux kallot. Notre programme s'inspire du programme acclaimé des Yoetzot Halakha créé par Nishmat dont l'objectif est l'étude en profondeur des lois de Nidda et des sujets pratiques qui y sont liés concernant la santé des femmes, ce qui vous permettra d'enseigner et assister les femmes avec compétence. Des ateliers additionnels vous permettront d'améliorer et de renforcer votre communauté.

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Rabbanit Chana Henkin, founder and Dean of NISHMAT, the Jeanie Schottenstein Center for Advanced Torah Study for Women in Jerusalem, is one of today's most acclaimed Jewish educators and a leader in redrawing the landscape of higher Torah learning and leadership for women. Together with her husband, noted halachic authority Rabbi Yehuda Henkin, Rabbanit Henkin created Jewish history's first Yoatzot Halacha, experts in women's health and halacha, who have since addressed more than 200,000 halachic questions from across the world. Her warmth and contagious love of learning have made her a sought-after lecturer in Jewish communities throughout the world, and her innovations have won widespread rabbinic support and public acclaim.

Nechama Goldman Barash

Nechama Goldman Barash has a master's degree in Talmud from Bar Ilan University and completed her training as a yoetzet halacha. She recently finished a course certifying her as a sex educator through the Yahel Center, affiliated with the religious council of Gush Etzion. She is currently studying in Matan's Hilkhata program and she teaches at Pardes, Matan and gap year programs Aardvark and Young Judea's Shalem. She is also a freelance writer, translator and editor.

Adi Bitter received her BA from Columbia University in Middle East and Asian Languages and Cultures, and her MA from Yeshiva University's Bernard Revel Graduate School in Modern Jewish History. She is also a graduate of Yeshiva University's Graduate Program for Advanced Talmudic Studies, and of Nishmat's Keren Ariel Program as a certified Yoetzet Halacha. Adi has taught a wide range of subjects, both in Israel and abroad, in varied educational settings. She made aliya in 2006, and lives with her husband and four children in Jerusalem.