What is Avigail Aravna tweeting about?
Sign In
Get Started →
Profile Image for Avigail Aravna

Avigail Aravna

Coordinator of Teachers Training programs in Digital Learning at The Israeli Ministry of Education משרד החינוך
Jerusalem, Jerusalem District, Israel
Is this your profile? Claim it now
This public profile is provided courtesy of Clay. All information found here is in the public domain.
Summarize Avigail Aravna’s background before I meet with them
Profile Image for Avigail Aravna

Avigail Aravna

Coordinator of Teachers Training programs in Digital Learning at The Israeli Ministry of Education משרד החינוך
Jerusalem, Jerusalem District, Israel
SummaryAI Assisted Badge

Avigail Aravna is an expert in the field of technology-enhanced learning (TEL) and has made it her mission to revolutionize education through innovative strategies. As a seasoned speaker, she has provided lectures and workshops that alleviate "Technology Anxiety" in educators and empowers teachers and students alike. With years of teaching experience, Avigail is a student-focused professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem who specializes in creating a conducive learning environment for her students. With a PhD and MA in Bible Research and Education and a BA in Bible and Jewish Studies, she is well-equipped to teach and implement new pedagogies in education. She has worked as a Digital Learning and Professional Development Coordinator for the Israeli Ministry of Education and served as a former Digital Coordinator for the municipality of Jerusalem. Additionally, she has experience as a Course Instructor and Teaching Assistant at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and has served as a former Teacher at eTeacher Group, Society for Advancement in Education, and Educational Director at Mashkochit. Lastly, she has also worked as an Emissary at The Jewish Agency for Israel.

This public profile is provided courtesy of Clay. All information found here is in the public domain.
Is this you? Claim profile
This public profile is provided courtesy of Clay. All information found here is in the public domain.