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Tag: MITF – Masa Israel Teaching Fellows

Rahat Superheroes!

Emily Umansky is a 22 year old participant from New York on Masa Israel Teaching Fellows with BINA. In this blog she talks about her experience teaching Bedouin children English in Rahat. […]

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A Tale of Two Languages

Two young Jewish women walk into the classroom at an elementary school in Rahat and start teaching English in strong American accents. On the whiteboard in one of the classrooms on a mid-week morning, we found Arabic texts – remnants of an earlier lesson. Alongside the Arabic we saw English writing, written by the young English teachers, Shaina Lidd and Rachelle Lansky. […]

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Toda! Khop Chai! Shukran habibi!

Joanna Kamhi was a participant on the MITF (Masa Israel Teaching Fellows) with BINA – originally from Vermont, Joanna returned to the US and started law school at The University of Pennsylvania this fall. Joanna writes a blog and this is her most recent post reflecting back over her experiences. […]

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From the USA to Nazareth

Four Americans arrive in Israel to take part in Masa Israel's Teaching Fellowship in Nazareth. Pictured here are the four Americans with BINA's Director of International Department, Dan Herman. […]

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Finding My Spark – From Roanoke to Israel

Seeing something is believing in it, but experiencing something is understanding it. I entered Al Huda School in Rahat with little to no understanding of the Bedouin culture or experience within Israeli society, but left with a love and appreciation for the culture and the people. […]

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