A Few Words About Me
The meaning of the Hebrew word ‘Torah’ is ‘to teach.’ I am a professor of Biblical Hebrew, an instructor of new teachers, and a translator of Spanish course material for students and teachers. What I love most about teaching are those seconds of silence just after I have explained a difficult passage in the Hebrew Bible when the students suddenly realize that an already familiar the text has a new and interesting interpretation.
Malka Kotzer graduated with a B.A. in Bible and Jewish History from the Hebrew University in Israel and obtained her M.A. degree in Organizational Development from the Andrés Bello University in Caracas, Venezuela. Malka is a certified Senior Hebrew teacher and instructor of the Department of Jewish Education for the Diaspora.
Malka has taught in Israeli and Hebrew schools in Venezuela, Spain, and Kenya, and served as the Director of Jewish studies at Moral y Luces Jewish Secondary School in Caracas where she was involved in upgrading the syllabus of Jewish Studies. Since 2006, she is a professor of Biblical and Modern Hebrew at the Israel Institute of Biblical Studies, and is responsible for the translation of Biblical and Modern Hebrew programs to Spanish. Malka is an instructor for new Biblical Hebrew teachers and is the host of a Biblical Hebrew Open Classroom and virtual seminar (Webinar).