Via Skype/FaceTime .................. $20
At Rae's Studio .......................... $25
At Your Home ............................ $30
Rae is available for private tutoring for Bar/Bat Mitzvah, Hebrew decoding, modern spoken Hebrew, Torah, or Talmud/Gemara, as well as general studies, especially writing and college admissions preparation. She has worked with students with a wide variety of learning disabilities and works with every student to accomodate her or his own needs and pacing.
Rates are per 30 minutes.
Rae writes and edits lesson plans, curricula, project guides, educational fiction, and articles on art, education, and Judaism. Rates vary by the nature of the project. More details can be found on the Writing & Editing page.
Large projects often take a significant amount of time and technical expertise to design, execute, and finish, especially when the final product involves self-publication. Read more about how Rae can help make your school's Project-Based Learning go further and result in a beautiful finished product on the Project Assistance page.
Service & Song Leading
Rae leads services as a guest Shlichat Tzibur, songleader, and cantorial soloist for synagogues, minyanim, and schools all over Southern California. Exact fees will vary by location and how much of the service Rae will need to prepare.
Audio samples can be found in this Google Drive Folder:
(Currently only contains High Holy Day tunes. More samples will be uploaded as they are recorded.)
Samples of Rae's writing:
Curriculum Guide: "How to Hiddur your Mitzvah: Pursuing Holiness through Beauty" (will be available on HUC's website after 5/20/14)
For an art spcialist or weekly religious school teacher with one hour a month throughout the year
Short Story: "The Child's Shoe"
Genre: Historical Fiction (Holocaust)
For ages 10+
Winner of the 2001 Georgia Holocaust Commission Short Story Contest
Whether you're looking to fill in the blanks on a ketubah, create elegant invitations and place cards, or plaster a bold calligraphed sign the synagogue entrance, Rae can calligraph any text in English or Hebrew in any size you need -- she has nibs up to 4 inches wide for the boldest hand-made signage possible.
Full details can be found on the Calligraphy page (or will be once it's finished, that is).