TALMID 2018: A Professional Development
Workshop for Instructors of Classical Hebrew

Teaching with Advanced Language Methods Including Dialogue

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Paul Overland (PhD, Brandeis), Workshop Director

 

“It will be a privilege to learn the stories of others who have similarly been infected with a passion for excellence and inno­va­tion in teaching Hebrew. Woodworking, cycling, and skiing with my wife, Lorie, add life to those days not spent ponder­ing Hebrew wisdom literature or exploring language pedagogy.”

Paul has been involved with the communicative Classical Hebrew movement since 2005, and served as director for the Cohelet Project.


Lee Fields (PhD, Hebrew Union College), Workshop Instructor

 

I am looking forward to working with people who share the vision to enhance Hebrew lan­guage and pedagogy skills. Inter­acting with realia from the Flora Archaeological Collec­tion will be especially valuable for the inclusion of ancient culture into language learning.”

Lee teaches both Classical Hebrew and Koine Greek communicatively, and has been involved with the communicative Classical Hebrew movement since 2007.


Bob Stallman (PhD, Westminster Theological Seminary), Workshop Instructor

 

It’s been my delight to connect people with the language of the Bible in ways that are enjoyable, meaningful, and long lasting. I love opportunities to foster environments in which those who are open to fresh ways of experiencing Hebrew can come together around language and text to encourage and develop one another.”

Bob began introducing communicative methods to his Classical Hebrew students in 2002 and joined the Cohelet Project in 2006.

 

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