Hebrew with Tikva alepg-bet art About Hebrew with Tikva™

Hebrew with Tikva™ is a methodical curriculum that helps you speak, read, and write Hebrew with ease. It is specifically developed for students who want to master Hebrew – whether it is speaking in a modern conversation, reading literature, or understanding and analyzing prayer book or biblical texts.

In addition, the program is complimented by spiritually uplifting insights. Intriguing historical and cultural knowledge is woven into the lessons.  Students gain an appreciation and enjoy learning while discovering the depth of the Hebrew language.

The Hebrew with Tikva™ learning resources provide opportunities for all types of students to learn in an easy access environment. The program can be used as a standalone start-to-finish program, or to help students fill in academic gaps at their local Hebrew school. The Hebrew with Tikva™ curriculum is appropriate for all ages to learn both modern conversational Hebrew as well as biblical/prayerbook Hebrew.

We wish to provide our students with a lifelong love of the Hebrew language and to extend the Hebrew learning community.

Tikva Farber

About Tikva Farber

Tikva Farber is a recipient of The 2016 Helen Diller Award for Excellence in Jewish Education (San Francisco-Bay Area and Sonoma County). She is a Hebrew and Judaic Studies teacher with over 30 years experience teaching adults, teens, and children of all ages. Tikva taught Hebrew immersion intensives in Israel at the ulpan of Kibbutz Sdot Yam, Hebrew and Judaic Studies at the Hebrew Academy of San Francisco, Brandeis Hillel Day Schools and Congregation Kol Shofar.

She served as a head teacher at the Brandeis Hillel Day School during its foundational years in Marin County, California. Tikva implemented and tested material for the successful Hebrew Neta and Tal-Am curriculums in collaboration with both teams. She is a published poetry writer in Memories of Tomorrow.
Tikva enjoys the outdoors and cares deeply about the environment. She is a member at the Mill Valley Community Garden where she grows organic fruits and vegetables. Tikva grew up in Israel and lived most of her life in Marin County, California where she raised her four children.
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