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Becoming a Soulful Educator

Students often learn their subject matter while remaining emotionally detached. In the words of one principal, “Our students study and learn well, but their hearts are not into it.”

Ayeka’s Soulful Education approach enables teachers to bring whatever subject they are teaching to the hearts, souls, and lives of their students.


  1. Learning: Ayeka staff teach the principles of Soulful Education
  2. Experiencing: Ayeka staff demonstrate how these principles can be applied to any subject matter
  3. Doing: In small groups, high school faculty present subjects they are teaching using the Ayeka approach. Ayeka staff provide individualized, guided feedback.


  • 2 on-site training days
  • Bound training manual for every participant
  • On-site followup day
  • 6 months of online follow up (individual and group consultations)
  • Ayeka Theme’s & Guiding Questions for the High School Classroom, tailored to each school’s specific curriculum needs (based on Torah and Talmud portions). Examples prepared for past schools include:
    • Sefer Shemot
    • Sefer Bamidbar
    • Masechet Sanhedrin
    • Masechet Makkot


We tailor flexible payment plans to your school’s needs. If you are interested in bringing Ayeka our high school training to your school, please contact Ayeka’s COO Yehoshua Looks (

The training allowed me to remind myself that to be an effective teacher means that I have to open myself up; that I may have great ideas, but at the end of the day, it’s emotion that really touches people. I think that both our students and our teachers will find this approach impactful… Limudei Kodesh will go from something that is texts, and words, and laws to something that is meaningful, part of who they are, part of what they identify with. – Rabbi Gil Perl, Head of School, Kohelet Yeshiva HS