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Arbel Fellowship

תוכנית ארבל נותנת למורים מצטיינים מישראל את ההזדמנות ללמד עברית ברשת ייחודית של בתי ספר ציבוריים בארצות הברית

The Arbel Fellowship provides exceptional Israeli teachers an opportunity to teach Hebrew in a unique network of American public schools.

תכנית‭ ‬עמיתי‭ ‬ארבל‭ ‬מזמינה‭ ‬מורים‭ ‬ישראליים‭ ‬מצטיינים‭ ,‬לצאת‭ ‬לשליחות‭ ‬הכשרתית‭ ‬בת‭ ‬שנתיים‭ ‬וללמד‭ ‬עברית‭ ‬ברשת‭ ‬אמריקאית‭ ‬מיוחדת‭ ‬של‭ ‬בתי‭ ‬ספר‭ ‬ציבוריים‭ ‬בארה‭”‬ב‭ ‬‮– ‬‭”‬היברו‭-‬פאבליק‭”.‬

התכנית‭ ‬היא‭ ‬תולדה‭ ‬של‭ ‬מיזם‭ ‬משותף‭ ‬בין‭ ‬משרד‭ ‬החינוך‭ ‬לבין‭ ‬המרכז‭ ‬הישראלי‭ ‬לחדשנות‭ ‬בחינוך‭ ‬ורשת‭ ‬בתי‭ ‬הספר האמריקאית‭ ‬Hebrew Public‭ ‬תוך‭ ‬שיתוף‭ ‬פעולה‭ ‬עם‭ ‬ההסתדרות‭ ‬הציונית‭ ‬העולמית‭.‬

התלמידים‭ ‬ברשת‭ ‬בתי‭ ‬הספר‭ ‬של‭ ‬היברו‭-‬פאבליק‭,‬ בתי‭ ‬הספר‭ ‬הפועלים‭ ‬כצ‭’‬ארטרים‭ ,‬מגיעים‭ ‬מאוכלוסיות‭ ‬שונות‭ ‬ומגוונות‭ ‬בארה‭”‬ב. ‬הרשת‭ ‬פתוחה‭ ‬לכולם‭ ‬ללא‭ ‬הבדלי‭ ‬דת,‭ ‬גזע‭ ‬ומין‭ ‬ואינה‭ ‬משלבת‭ ‬תכנים‭ ‬דתיים‭ ‬בתכנית‭ ‬הלימודים‭.‬

בתי‭ ‬הספר‭ ‬מקפידים‭ ‬על‭ ‬מצויינות‭ ‬אקדמית‭ ‬ומאופיינים‭ ‬בהוראת‭ ‬השפה‭ ‬העברית‭ ‬המודרנית‭ ‬ובלימודי‭ ‬ישראל‭. ‬בזכות‭ ‬שיטת‭ ‬הטמעת‭ ‬השפה‭ ‬העברית‭ ‬בה‭ ‬משתמשים‭, ‬ביחד‭ ‬עם‭ ‬תכנית‭ ‬הלימודים‭ ‬הייחודית‭ ‬המתמקדת‭ ‬בתכנים‭ ‬גלובליים‭, ‬התלמידים‭ ‬מפתחים‭ ‬תחושת‭ ‬אחריות‭ ‬חברתית‭ ‬ואזרחית‭ ‬משמעותית‭. ‬הודות‭ ‬לכך‭, ‬רשת‭ ‬היברו‭-‬פאבליק‭ ‬היא‭ ‬מודל‭ ‬לחדשנות‭ ‬בתוך‭ ‬מערך בתי‭ ‬הספר‭ ‬הציבוריים, ‬ומובילה‭ ‬בהשגת‭ ‬תוצאות‭ ‬אקדמיות‭ ‬הסוגרות‭ ‬את‭ ‬פערי‭ ‬ההישגים‭ ‬ומוכיחה‭ ‬מה‭ ‬הוא‭ ‬האפשרי‭ ‬והנכון‭ ‬ביותר‭ ‬עבור‭ ‬כל‭ ‬תלמיד. ‬הפסיפס‭ ‬הרב‭-‬תרבותי‭ ‬המגוון‭ ‬בארצות‭ ‬הברית‭ ‬משתקף‭ ‬בתוך‭ ‬בתי‭ ‬הספר‭ ‬של‭ ‬היברו‭-‬פאבליק‭ .‬כמחצית‭ ‬מהתלמידים‭ ‬מגיעים‭ ‬מרקעים‭ ‬שאינם‭ ‬מוגדרים ‭”‬אנגלו‭-‬סקסיים״‭,%‬34‭ ‬ מהתלמידים‭ ‬מדברים‭ ‬בבית‭ ‬שפה‭ ‬נוספת‭ ‬לשפה‭ ‬האנגלית,‭ ‬ו-‭ ‬44%‭ ‬מהתלמידים‭ ‬ברשת‭ ‬מגיעים‭ ‬ממשפחות‭ ‬מעוטות‭ ‬יכולת‭.‬

עשרת‭ ‬הקמפוסים‭ ‬של‭ ‬היברו‭-‬פאבליק‭ ‬המפוזרים‭ ‬לאורכה‭ ‬ולרוחבה‭ ‬של‭ ‬ארצות‭ ‬הברית, ‬מחנכים‭ ‬כ -‭ ‬3,500‬תלמידים‭ ‬מגילאי‭ ‬גן‭ ‬חובה‭ ‬ועד‭ ‬כיתה‭ ‬ח.‭’ ‬בתי‭ ‬הספר‭ ‬ממוקמים‭ ‬באזורים‭ ‬יחודיים‭ ‬ומיוחדים, ‬בניו‭ ‬יורק‭ – ‬שני‭ ‬בתי‭ ‬ספר‭ ‬בשכונת‭ ‬ברוקלין‭ ‬ואחד‭ ‬בשכונת‭ ‬הארלם. ‬בנוסף‭ ‬בתי‭ ‬ספר‭ ‬בניו‭ ‬ג‭’‬רזי,‭ ‬וושינגטון,‭ ‬סן‭-‬דייגו‭, ‬לוס‭ ‬אנג‭’‬לס‭ ‬מיניאפוליס‭ ‬ופילדלפיה. ‬

 להגשת מועמדות שלחו קורות חיים לג׳ינו אריאלי וענת איינשטיין

arbel@hebrewpublic.org

Our schools are academically rigorous and feature instruction in Modern Hebrew and Israel Studies. Through our immersion program in Modern Hebrew and a unique globally-focused curriculum, our students develop a strong sense of social and civic responsibility. Because of this, Hebrew Public schools are models of public school innovation, fostering academic results that close the achievement gap and proving what’s possible for diverse students.

Hebrew Public schools reflect the diversity of their home communities. As a result, 50% of our students are students of color, 34% speak a language other than English at home, and 44% are economically disadvantaged.

Hebrew Public’s ten campuses across the United States educate 3,500 students in Kindergarten through 8th grade. Our campuses are located in: Brooklyn, Harlem, New Jersey, Washington DC, San Diego, Los Angeles, and Minneapolis. We are a growing network, ultimately reaching 10,000 students in 25 schools by 2025.

We’ve received accolades and awards: our D.C. school was awarded Tier One status for academic excellence; the US Department of Education awarded Hebrew Public a five-year, $4.9 million grant to expand our reach in New York City; and our first Brooklyn school has been designated a Reward School by the New York State Department of Education for closing achievement gaps.

Join the staff of one of our schools as an Arbel Fellow — to learn, plan, and teach with American and Israeli colleagues and gain a unique perspective and valuable professional experience. You’ll earn a competitive salary and benefits, and return to Israel with new teaching and cross-cultural skills to apply in your school.

What you can expect from the fellowship:

Fellows commit to teaching Hebrew at a Hebrew Public school for two years. During this time, you will:
• Greatly enhance your fluency in English

• Be immersed in American society and culture;

• Develop expertise in the proficiency-based approach to language instruction, considered the gold standard in foreign language education;

• Develop overall skills as educators working in schools that serve children from a wide array of backgrounds.

Benefits:

• Hebrew Public and its partners will help you get a visa, find an apartment, and become acclimated.

• We’ll cover the cost of your initial flight to the US and your return trip to Israel upon the conclusion of the fellowship.

• You’ll earn a competitive salary and benefits from the schools.

• You’ll participate in the best professional development opportunities for Hebrew teachers in the prestigious Middlebury College.

• You’ll get assistance in finding a teaching job in Israel with enhanced skills to pivot your career.

Meet the Arbel fellows

Arbel Fellowship Teachers 2019

(from left to right)

Yuval Beir has been working as a Hebrew teacher in Israel since 2009. He teaches students of all ages from elementary to high school. 

Inbar Daniel hails from Kibbutz Givat Haim Ihud. He is a history and a geography teacher. Inbar graduated from the teacher’s program of the Israeli MoE. He will be joined by his wife and two children. 

Noa Turkenich was born in Azure, Israel. She graduated from the art faculty of Beit Berl college with honors. Noa will be joined by her husband who is also an artist.   

Etti Adgeh-Mula was born and raised in northern Israel. She has a BA in education and Hebrew. Etti will be joined by her husband and her one-year-old son – Beeri.  

Reut Mussan was born in Rishon LeZion, Israel. She has a BA in education from the Kibbutzim College of Education. 

Shani Heinrich has a Master’s degree in early childhood education. Shani will be joined by her husband and her two children.

Eyal Madjar  – Hatikvah, New Jersey

In Isreal, Eyal taught students with a wide spectrum of learning styles – including gifted and special needs students. He also has experience with teaching Hebrew as a second language. Eyal is an entrepreneur educator and was invited to speak in several conventions about his enterprise: The LGBT forum for teachers in Israel.

Loren Yosef – Sela, Washington, D.C

Loren worked for the Israeli ministry of education for four years. She taught early childhood, specializing in special needs education for kindergartener’s. Loren focused mainly on language development and speech pathology.