A JK-12 pluralistic school that engages students in an exemplary and inspiring general and Jewish education.

Profile

Daniella Friedman

Faculty Information

Title(s)
Judaic Studies and Hebrew Language Coordinator

Contact Information

Email
(Primary)
School Email
School Phone
1783
Locker Number
207

Education

Degree(s)
M.Sc., Organizational Behavior, Recanati Business School, Tel Aviv University
MJEd, Jewish Education, George Washington University
Education Specialist, George Washington University

Other Information

Biography

Originally from Israel, education and training have been constants in my life. In Israel, I worked for the Israeli airline, El Al, where I was in charge of computer training for the reservation department. During this time, I received a graduate degree in organizational behavior from Tel Aviv University’s Recanati Business School. I moved to the United States after getting married; started a family, and stayed at home to raise our three kids. All three, Avital, Yael and Eran are graduates of CESJDS.

When my youngest was in kindergarten I started volunteering in the classroom, and realized that I loved working with the kids and teaching them Hebrew. It was then that I decided to change careers and become a teacher. After earning a Masters in Jewish Education, I started teaching my own first grade class. I love teaching young kids, and seeing how much they can learn in a very short time. I enjoy seeing their curiosity and enthusiasm when they learn a new song, do a computer project or learn the weekly Parasha.I also like getting involved in all aspects of the school life.

I am now the Judaic Studies and Hebrew Language Coordinator at the Lower School. I am also a certified teacher mentor, working with new teachers to help them in all aspects of their teaching.