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Doron Friedman

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Instructor in Hebrew

Dr. Doron Friedman instructs in both Hebrew and environmental studies at Northeastern. Born and raised in Israel, ‎Doron attended Haifa University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree and a teaching certificate in ‎biology and a master’s degree in geography, with a strong emphasis on computerization, technology, and ‎the use of statistics. He received his doctorate in education from Argosy University in 2013. He has taught ‎for many years, including ten in Israel as a science teacher focusing on environmental and conservation ‎issues while working for the Israeli Nature Reserve Authority with Arab and Israeli students and teachers ‎populations, and over eleven years teaching Hebrew in the United States, at the University of California-‎Santa-Cruz and the Defense Language Institute (DLI) in Monterey, California. ‎

Doron is putting both aspects of his background to work at Northeastern. He is teaching Hebrew at ‎multiple levels, and his creative efforts to enliven his students’ experiences through use of authentic items ‎from multiple media, such as audio, video, and texts from news and magazine sources have earned his ‎courses rave reviews. In the spring semester of 2016, he also offers an intriguing new course on “Ecology ‎in War and Peace: Sustainability in the Middle East,” which will connect topics in ecology and the ‎environment to the contemporary geographic, social, and political situation of the Middle East. ‎

  • Education

    Ed. D., 2013, Argosy University

  • Contact

  • Address

    11 BV
    360 Huntington Avenue
    Boston, MA 02115

  • Office Hours

    By appointment