Anat Vizanski Levi was born and raised in Israel and has been teaching Hebrew to children in grades K-6th for the past 4 years and teaching Art Education for over 20 years. Anat enjoys developing unique hands-on experiential Hebrew curriculum connected to her passions for art, yoga and baking. Anat has a certificate in “Hebrew Through Movement” and will be participating with IHDS staff in the “Hebrew at the Center” professional development program through the Bureau of Jewish Education, Los Angeles.

Anat Holds a M.A. in Sociology and Anthropology from Haifa University in Israel and has a teaching certificate in Art History and Visual Arts from Bet Berl College. Anat’s teaching experience has given her the knowledge to choose different techniques to highly engage learners and to adapt subject matter to the student’s individual areas of need.

Her creative, caring approach creates an intimate learning atmosphere to encourage meaningful learning.

Throughout her career, Anat has also developed an interest in Israeli cinema and literature. The cultural knowledge she has accumulated allows her to make interesting connections in the classroom and develop unique, creative lesson plans.

Anat lives with her husband and her 12 year old daughter, but frequently visits her two adult children in Israel. She spends her time traveling and exploring places with her family, teaching yoga and owns a small home business baking and decorating cookies. She also lived in Italy for 6 years and speaks Italian.