Susan holds a B.A. in English Literature from Temple University, a M.S. in Library Science from Drexel University, and a D.H.L. in Jewish Education from the Jewish Theological Seminary. She was in the first class of Jerusalem Fellows from 1982-85. Her research was in the area of family education.
Susan worked in numerous venues in Jewish education, serving from 1985-1991 as principal of Ezra Academy. After making aliyah, Susan taught Jewish Education at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Rothberg International School and was on the staff of the Center for Teacher Development. Since 2002, she has taught pedagogy within the Pardes Educators Program. She served as Director of PEP (2002-2007), Director of Pardes Educators Alumni Support (2007-2014) and currently as Director, Professional Development, Pardes Center for Jewish Educators. Her most recent work has focused on the Rodef Shalom Middle School Program, Prayer Education, and workshops in North America. Susan has also worked as an adjunct instructor at Hebrew College since 2006.
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Parents of pre-schoolers: Their Jewish identity and its implications for Jewish education
by Wall, Susan Segal D.H.L., The Jewish Theological Seminary of America, 1994, 240 pages; AAT 9533463