Dayan Shlomo Cohen
Dayan Shlomo Cohen, originally from London, England, spent many years learning in Yeshivat Hanegev in Netivot, followed by close to a decade studying dayanut under Dayan Ezra Basri. Dayan Cohen has been a dayan at the Beit Din Ahavat Shalom of Rav Yaakov Hillel since 2005. He is a sought after lecturer of monetary halacha and Choshen Mishpat, and is the author of Pure Money: A Straightforward Guide to Jewish Monetary Law.
Dayan Cohen combines his clear style with years of practical experience adjudicating financial disputes to create a vital course on the particulars of proper business conduct.
Rabbi Yitzchak Cohen
Rabbi Yitzchak Cohen, born in the Midwest and educated at Yeshivas Torah Vodaath, is a well-known Mussar personality who has been inspiring hundreds of students at Yeshivas Rabbenu Yitzchak Elchonon and Camp Morasha for over thirty years. His impassioned message of devotion to G-d and uncompromising loyalty to Truth has impacted the lives of his many students and admirers in an astounding way.
Rabbi Avishai David
An accomplished Talmid Chachom and veteran educator, Rabbi Avishai David is the Rosh Yeshiva of Yeshivah Torat Shraga in Bayit Vegan, Jerusalem. As the founding Dean of Michlelet Mevasseret Yerushalayim and popular lecturer at Michlala Jerusalem, Rabbi David has contributed in a concrete way to the advancement of Jewish women's Torah education.
Rabbi David is well-known for his high-level shiurim, which cover extensive amounts of material in a relatively short time. His shiurim are a unique blend of intellectual stimulation, emotional appeal, and upbeat interaction. His classes both satisfy and challenge the listener, as he shares the depth and beauty of Torah.
A long-time talmid of HaRav Yosef Dov Halevi Soloveitchik ztz"l, RabbiDavid applies his rebbe's unique methodology to all the topics that he teaches in his shiurim- Talmud, Navi, Halacha, or Chumash. In explaining Gemara concepts or verses in the Torah, Rabbi David focuses on the nuances and distinctions within a given text, presenting the listener with eye-opening insights and a new perspective on the precision of every word of Torah.
Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg
Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg has been teaching at
Rabbi Ginsburg spent six years after high school learning inEretz Yisroel. During the Bein Hazmanim, he earned a degree from the
Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller
Internationally renowned as an outstanding scholar of Jewish Studies as well as a gifted lecturer, Rebbetzin Heller (personal website) has been a full-time faculty member of Neve Yerushalayim College in Jerusalem since 1980. Her areas of expertise include textual analysis of Torah, Biblical literature, and Jewish philosophy with an emphasis on the teachings of Maimonides and Maharal. She is also particularly well known for her shiurim and classes devoted to the role of women in Judaism and analysis of the lives of women in the Torah, Bible.
Rebbetzin Heller is distinguished by her unique teaching style in her classes and shiurim. Based on classical sources, her insights on virtually any topic within Jewish studies and Torah flow in a seemingly effortless stream. While leading her listeners along creative new lines of thoughts, she resorts to a disarmingly keen sense of humor to provide practical examples that illustrate and draw personal relevance from even the most abstract concepts.
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Rabbi Shimon Isaacson
Rabbi Isaacson brings a unique background and perspective to his shiurim. Prior to embarking on his career in Jewish Education, he was an attorney at a law firm in New York City, and he continues to practice law during his breaks from teaching in the summer. Immediately following his graduation from the New York University School of Law, he clerked for Justice Menachem Elon on the Israeli Supreme Court. There he gained his first perspective on the interplay between Jewish and secular law. Rabbi Isaacson points to his Aliyah in 1995 as a major turning point in his life. He currently lives in Ramat Bet Shemesh with his wife Sharon and their seven children.
Rabbi Ari Jacobson
Rabbi Ari Jacobson, the dynamic Rabbi of Young Israel of Monsey and Wesley Hills, has been a teacher of Torah for over 20 years. He has taught in beginner and intermediate Torah programs in Yeshiva University since 1990, and has headed the JSS Summer Kollel for beginner's at Camp Morasha for 12 years. Rabbi Jacobson has also taught courses at Yeshivas Ohr Sameach in Monsey.
In his teaching, Rabbi Jacobson covers every topic thoroughly, while ensuring full understanding through a clear and organized presentation of the material. His easy manner, and his method of weaving together facts with real-life applications, stories and examples, make his classes a pleasure to listen to. Rabbi Jacobson's classes do not assume any prior background in Halacha or general Jewish knowledge, and can be enjoyed by beginners as well as advanced students.
Rabbi Jacobson teaches Practical Judaism, the first course in Naaleh's Fundamentals of Judaism series.
Rebbetzin Leah Kohn
Rebbetzin Leah Kohn is the Director of the Jewish RenaissanceCenter. A tenth-generation Jerusalemite, she trained as an educator in hernative Israel and has been teaching internationally for 40 years. Rebbetzin Kohn'sintellectually inspiring classes are geared toward today's woman, focusing onhow the Torah's age-old wisdom is relevant to our modern lives. Whetherformally lecturing, leading a casual discussion group, or offering personalguidance, Mrs. Kohn's unique blend of wisdom, insight and sensitivity leaves anindelible mark on all her students. For the past few years, Rebbetzin Kohn has headed Kivun, acurriculum building and teacher training program working with Jewish Studies teachers in the USA,Canada, and Israel. Rebbetzin Kohn resides in Brooklyn with her husband,Rabbi Chaim Kohn.
Rabbi Eliezer Yehuda Miller
Rabbi Eliezer Yehuda Miller is the Mashgiach and a Magid Shiur at Yeshivas Torah V'Emunah, a yeshiva for newcomers to Judaism affiliated with the Tzohar Outreach Movement of the Belz Chassidut. He was born and raised in Gateshead, England. As a teenager, he moved to Bnei Brak, Israel, where he studied at the famed Ponovezh Yeshiva. Rabbi Miller learned in Yeshivas Brisk in Yerushalayim for seven years. For the last fifteen years or so, Rabbi Miller has been teaching his class in a diverse range of men's Yeshivot, women's seminaries, and high schools. Rabbi Miller is the author of the Sefer 'Rachmana Liba Ba'i', available in translation as 'A Heart to Know Me', . His second sefer, 'Ohel SHiken B'Adam', s the basis for his class on Naaleh.com, The Power of the Soul: Revealing Hashem Within Us. The Miller home is famous for its hachnasat orchim. Every Shabbos, ten to twenty guests come to their Geula home to experience their unique Shabbat table.
Mrs. Shoshie Nissenbaum
Shoshie Nissenbaum, originally from Chicago, is the Director of Women's Programming at Naaleh. She has been teaching women of all ages for over 20 years in both the U.S. and Israel.Inspired by her love for Eretz Yisrael, Shoshie, leads Torah tours throughout Israel. She translated the book "Escape from India". Shoshie can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Chana Prero
Mrs. Chana Prero, originally from New York, is an energetic and creative teacher of Torah. For several years, Mrs. Prero has been teaching basic Parshanut, Biblical commentary, to English-speakers with limited knowledge of Torah texts. Mrs. Prero blends sophisticated analysis of texts with the introduction and exploration of basic Torah concepts, creating a stimulating class for anyone interested in delving into Torah study, regardless of past experience.
Mrs. Prero lives in Bayit Vegan with her husband and son.
Rabbi Hershel Reichman
A veteran student of Rabbi Yosef Dov Halevi Soloveitchik, Rabbi Hershel Reichman has been a Rosh Yeshiva at Yeshiva University for over thirty years. In addition to directing and inspiring hundreds of students in his Talmud class, he has also written five books, entitled Reshimos Shiurim, based on the notes of the Talmud classes of Rabbi Soloveitchik. Additionally, Rabbi Herschel Reichman is a teacher of Hasidism, and is particularly fond of the philosophy of the Shem Mishmuel. He is known for his love of Israel and political activism on its behalf.
Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman
Rabbi Moshe N. Reichman studied in a number of Yeshivos in America and Israel and received Semicha from Yeshivas Ohr HaChaim. He has taught Gemara at the high school and post high school levels for the past ten years, and is currently a Maggid Shiur at Yeshivat Torat Shraga in Yerushalayim. His lively, clear presentation of Talmudic concepts, demonstrate the depth of the topics discussed.
Mrs. Shira Smiles
Mrs. Shira Smiles is a sought after international lecturer, popular seminary teacher, and experienced curriculum developer. Mrs. Smiles (view personal website) is well known for her special teaching style, which seeks to bring understanding of Torah texts through analysis of tens of relevant sources, while making the lessons learned from every verse relevant to her students' lives in her shiurim.
Mrs. Smiles teaches at Darchei Bina Seminary. In addition, Mrs. Smiles leads a number of women's study group classes in Beit Shemesh, Yerushalayim, and Modiin. Mrs. Smiles also trains Torah teachers in special workshops all over the world.
Mrs. Smiles hasbeen using technological sources to spread Torah for many years. She currently teaches a weekly shiur (Torah class) that is broadcast to many cities around the world via satellite hookup, has a direct teleconference shiur with students in LA, and has over 200 audio shiurim available for download on 613.org, a large audio Torah website.
Rabbi Michael Taubes
Rabbi Michael Taubes has over 25 years experience in high school and post high school Jewish education. He received Semicha from RIETS and a Masters in Jewish Education from Yeshiva University. He is the co-editor of Artscroll's Rabbi Joseph B.Soleveitchik Machzor on Rosh HaShana and Yom Kippur. Currently, RabbiTaubes is the Rabbi of Congregation Zichron Mordechai in Teaneck, teaches in Yeshiva University and is an author and editor for Artscroll.
Rabbi Hanoch Teller
Rabbi Hanoch Teller has lectured before audiences on five continents, in 40 American States and 24 other countries. People from all backgrounds flock to hear this award-winning author, orator, and educator speak on a wide range of subjects.
Rabbi Teller (personal website) is a popular teacher in numerous Jerusalem Yeshivas and seminaries. As a teacher, Rabbi Teller draws from his thorough knowledge of Torah, Jewish history and thought, specifically the history of our rabbis and leaders, to inspire and uplift his students during his shiurim.
Rabbi Teller is one of the few independent guides who have been licensed by Yad Vashem, the Israel Holocaust Museum, to give tours of their new museum. Rabbi Teller has also been leading groups of Yeshiva students on tours through Eastern Europe for many years. Hanoch Teller's guided tours are unique in their ability to present the events of the Holocaust from a unique, clear and uncompromising perspective, emphasizing the experiences of the individual victims.
In Naaleh's Fall 2007 Semester, Rabbi Teller teaches Torah Online in his class, "Inspired Lives II".