Hanny Fuks is a devoted and experienced educator and an entrepreneur who loves to find ways to improve education by combining community networking and professional development. She directs programs related to international projects and leads teams in educational settings.
Ms. Fuks believes that building relationships is the key to success. She creates and facilitates professional development seminars, courses, international academic telecollaborative projects, as well as coordinating and organizing twinning programs and international delegations such as the Boston-Haifa Connection and teaches in the English department at Oranim College. She created and managed the Digital Pedagogical Toolbox for the Masa Israel Teaching Fellows (MITF) program.
Before coming to Oranim, Ms. Fuks worked for the Ministry of Education for 20+ years as a professional English counsellor and teacher for the Northern District. Ms. Fuks studied and taught in the United States and worked for the Jewish Agency as a group coordinator.
Ms. Fuks holds a B.A. and M.A. from Ben Gurion University of the Negev with excellency. She completed her thesis for her M. Ed. in Language Teaching from Oranim College while researching English as a Foreign Language (EFL) reading acquisition. Ms. Fuks is currently pursuing her Ph.D.