The International Hebrew School is a specialized Hebrew language institute offering access to the Hebrew language via online classes from anywhere in the world. We offer private Hebrew classes with experienced Hebrew tutors. The international Hebrew School opens its doors to everyone who has an interest in learning Hebrew: for those who intend to visit Israel, for individuals who are in relationships with Israelis, and for those who are interested in Israel, Judaism, or other aspects of the Middle East. We offer online-based courses, conducted by a small team of teachers who are qualified, native Hebrew speakers with extensive pedagogical experience. Our teachers have more then 10 years of online tutoring. They are all experienced in working with children, young adults or adults. Our teaching program is designed for each students individually, according to the goal of the students. All work material are developed and produced by Dr. Hila Amit, and our students do not need to spend extra money on additional Hebrew text books. Our program consists of preparation for GCSE exams, preparation for working or living in Israel, assistance with biblical Hebrew for academic or personal goals, and more.
Dr. Hila Amit
Hebrew for All in the German version will be published by Edition Assemblage Verlag in October 2020
Dr. Amit began her professional education at the Kibbutzim College of Education in Tel Aviv, where she studied for a teaching diploma in the unique educational program “Critical Pedagogy, Social Justice and Education for Peace”. She holds a Ph.D. in Israeli Studies from SOAS, University of London. She is the author of two books: "Moving On From Bliss" (Tel Aviv: Am-Oved, 2016) & "A Queer Way Out: The Politics of Queer Emigration from Israel" (SUNY, 2018). In 2014 she established the International Hebrew School, through which she aims to advance Hebrew learning using a queer, feministic and pluralistic method. Her Hebrew learning book, Hebrew For All (עברית לכולן) is forthcoming in English and German.
Hebrew for All in the Hebrew version will be published in June 2020 by Pardes Publishers