Rabbi Mitzman - Kriah Specialist - MS Sp. Ed
Rabbi Mitzman a Master Teacher - brings joy and builds confidence in his students. Through his trade mark relaxed teaching manner he is able to help every student succeed. There is no such thing as a bad student!
Give your child the tools they need - and arrange for a Kriah Evaluation. Turn your child’s frustration with Kriah into Kriah with inspiration. Take advantage of Rabbi Mitzmann’s 25 years in Chinuch and shep nachas... as your child excells.
Educators are in agreement... Kriah Skills are critical to a child’s success in school. It helps build their confidence and helps set them on a path to success BE”H. TES has a suite of Kriah Software programs that are recommended by professionals. We also have Kriah Specialists on staff who can evaluate which program is best for your child. We are here to help, whether the issue is Dyslexia, Behavioral or simply your child needs reading assistance.
Place your order for a Hebrew Reading Evaluation and we will contact you to set a time and place convenient for you.
ABOUT: Rabbi Mitzman - Kriah Specialist - MS Sp. Ed
Give your child the tools they need - and arrange for a Kriah Evaluation and turn your child’s frustration with Kriah into Kriah with inspiration. Take advantage of Rabbi Mitzmann’s 25 years in Chinuch and shep nachas... as your child excells.
Educators are in agreement... Kriah Skills are critical to a child’s success in school. It helps build their confidence and helps set them on a path to success BE”H. TES has a suite of Kriah Software programs that are recommended by professionals. We also have Kriah Specialists on staff who can evaluate which program is best for your child. We are here to help.
Place your order for Hebrew Reading Evaluation and we will contact you to set a time and place convenient for you and your child. We will evaluate the situation and suggest effective solutions that will address the issues and make your child happy. After all there is no bigger joy than success!
Background of Teacher:
Adelphi University - Garden City NY, M.S. in Special Education (1992)
Yeshivat Ohr Sameach - Monsey, NY, B.A. in Judaic Studies (1990)
Zatonskiy Teachers Training College – Kamenetz, Ukraine, B. A. in Education
Certifications & Awards
“Breakthrough Education” Training: Lashon HaTorah & Contextual Learning (2014 and 2017)
IMSE: Orton-Gillingham Certification (2013)
New York State Bilingual Russian, Hebrew (1992)
New York State Special Education, Grades K -12 (1998)
Attuned Professional Development & Service Program “All Kind of Minds”
Master Teacher from Merkaz Center for Teacher’s Training Bklyn, NY
NEA Foundation Award for Teaching Excellence 1993
Comp Care Therapeutics Agency for Early Intervention Lakewood, NJ July 2017-present Developmental Intervention DI
Teaching early concepts through play. Working along with the family while modeling how to use visual cues, verbal prompts and handling techniques to better help shape child’s play, behavior, social interactions, speech, fine motor skills, making “Story time” interactive, allow children to select the books, turn pages and touch/point to pictures in the books.
Educational Consultant Monsey, NY 2004 - present Philadelphia, PA 2014-2017
Working with children (PK-8th Grade) that have special educational needs, struggling both academically and socially. By identifying each child’s learning style, his strength and his hidden type of intelligence, I am able to help the student improve his learning skills, life skills, self-esteem, self-confidence and joy in learning.
Yeshiva of Spring Valley - Suffern, NY 2004 – 2013
AM: 4th Grade Limudei Kodesh Rabbi
Taught integrated classroom, serving students with ADD, ADHD, LD & ED, and with Autistic Spectrum. Curriculum included Chumash, Rashi, Onkelos, Mishnayot, Dikduk, Navi, Laws of Holidays, Parashat Hashavua, Navi and expanding students’ vocabulary in every subject. My teaching style includes an emphasis on joy in learning, friendship, creativity and a multi-modality approach, in order to bring learning to life. The goal of building skills was achieved trough a lot of repetition, but presented in creative, engaging and exciting ways, tailored to the individual needs of each student. As a result, my students acquired both confidence and the tools necessary to delve into Torah concepts and learn independently through self-discovery in both individual and group settings.
PM: Special Education Teacher 2004-2013
Teaching students diagnosed with ADD, ADHD, LD, ED and with Autistic Spectrum. “Three Stations System” for boys from second to seventh grades. Worked on maximize each student’s ability to work independently on skill building and learn to develop their feeling of success through self-accomplishment. Created special testing to pinpoint each student’s weakness and tailored programs accordingly using their strength.
Ohr V’daas Summer School for Special Need Students - Chestnut Ridge, NY 2006 – 2007
Worked one on one and with a group with Down syndrome and students on the Autistic Spectrum.
Yeshiva Magen David - Brooklyn, NY 1998 - 2004
6th Grade Limudei Kodesh Rabbi. All subjects were taught in Hebrew, Ivrit B’Ivrit
Taught integrated classroom, serving students with ADD, ADHD, LD and ED. Taught Gemarah for beginners, exploring the beauty and depth of Oral Torah. Great emphasis was stressed on building skills, friendships and Midot, especially Bein Adam L’chavero.
Maintained close relationship with parents and students via regular phone and personal contact.
Board of Education P3 Program (part time) - Brooklyn, NY part time 1998 - 2004
Worked as a home-based remedial Teacher to students qualifying for these services through the NYC Board of Education.
Sinai Academy High School - Brooklyn, NY 1990 - 1998
9th Grade Limudei Kodesh Rabbi/Assistant Principal
Taught Russian born new immigrants with limited English language from introductory (Alef, Bet) through advanced levels. In addition, ran weekly Shabbat programs and outreach seminars in Lakewood for parents and general population. Guided Limudei Kodesh Rabbis in how to present curriculum in a motivating, relevant way, and how to effectively reach each talmid. Was personally involved with building the school’s spirit through regular interaction with administration, co-workers, and students and parents. Placed many boys in American Yeshivot in the USA as well as in Israel, where they continued to advance in their learning.
Shoroshim, Sleepaway Summer Camp Director, Upstate, NY 1993 - 2002
Responsible for all facets of camp administration throughout the year. Arranged premises rental, hired staff, developed curriculum and activities, and arranged reunion activities. Recruited boys from public school. Created a fun and meaningful atmosphere, slowly introducing them to the beauty of our heritage. Subsequently placed boys in various Jewish programs and Yeshivot.
Shorashim Outreach Center, Director – Brooklyn, NY (part time) 1993 - 1998
Organized Outreach Seminars for H.S., college students and families. Hired and guided all teaching staff.
Aish HaTorah Discovery Program - USA & Canada part time 1996 - 2000
Languages: English, Hebrew, Yiddish, Russian