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Friday, February 13 • 2:30pm - 3:45pm

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Love Yiddish culture, but don’t know how to start learning or teaching the language? YiddishPOP, a dynamic program that engages Yiddish students of all levels, uses animated movies and other features to introduce and reinforce vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation, reading, and writing. Versatile and easy to use, YiddishPOP addresses diverse learning styles. Join Workmen’s Circle Master Teacher Nikolai “Kolya” Borodulin for a fun and engaging session of YiddishPOP for teachers and families!


Nikolai Borodulin

Nikolai Borodulin is Coordinator of Yiddish Learning and a Master Teacher at the Workmen’s Circle, where he directs intergenerational Yiddish education. A recognized scholar and published author in several Slavic, Germanic, and Jewish languages, he is launching the first extensive national and international online program for Yiddish learning in real-time. Credited with giving hundreds of Yiddishists their foundation in the language, he... Read More →

Kate O'Brien

Kate O’Brien, MA, is the Director of Education, Innovation, and Organizing at The Workmen’s Circle. Building on her vision of three pillars of Jewish education (Imagination. Relationships. Action.), Kate’s mission is to build intergenerational Jewish cultural schools that connect children and adults to their heritage and that teach them how their secular Jewish progressive values inform their social justice activism. The... Read More →

Friday February 13, 2015 2:30pm - 3:45pm

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