Rabbi Emily Meyer is the creator of Doodly Jew. She received her ordination from Hebrew Union College- Jewish Institute of Religion. Rabbi Emily has served as a congregational rabbi and has taught in Jewish Day Schools, supplementary schools, and at summer camp. She lives in Pittsburgh, PA and loves reading with her two children, taking long walks with her poodle, and, most of all, making people smile!
About Doodly Jew
Rabbi Emily believes learning is a lifelong endeavor, one that should be fun and inspiring. Doodly Jew was born out of a desire to help educators working hard to create virtual and in-person lessons. Are there videos that would help you? Let me know what words you want to see doodled!
How to use Doodly Jew
Want to enrich one minute of class time? Watch an Aleph-Bet video and have students choose their favorite doodle by holding up one, two, or three fingers.
Rabbi Emily is also available for classroom visits and workshops.
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