About Style a Daf
People learn in very different ways. The visual learning style is a way of learning in which information is associated with images. This learning style requires that learners see what they are expected to know.
Various sections of Torah learning, whether it be a very involved Gemarah sugya, or a complicated halachic principle, is often best understood when depicted through color, art, and picture.
This is, some, of what Style·A·Daf attempts to accomplish. Style·A·Daf is primarily a project through which Torah concepts are presented in an engaging, organized, easily understandable, and eye-pleasing manner.
Style·A·Daf also has a graphic design division, for personal work, including flyers, invitations, programming booklets, and more.
About Rabbi Natan Farber
Rabbi Natan Farber, is a Rebbe, educator, and graphic designer. His mission is to teach and present Torah in an engaging, humorous, and entertaining manner. Rabbi Farber is the Director of Student Life at DRS Yeshiva High School for Boys (Woodmere, NY) where he teaches a 10th Grade Gemarah Class, an 11th Grade Graphic Design Course, and is heavily involved in the school's extracurricular, recruitment, and PR efforts. Rabbi Farber is also the Director of Camp Dina located in the Poconos.
Bachelors of Psychology, Yeshiva University
Masters of Education, Azrieli Graduate School for Education, Yeshiva University
Semicha, RIETS, Yeshiva University
Excellent Teacher Award, Gruss Monuments Fund, 2019
Google Certified Educator
Apple Certified Educator