The National Committee for Latin and Greek (NCLG) presents a webinar as part of its Tirones Project, which is intended to support new (and not-so-new) Latin teachers. It will offer end of the year reflections from two master teachers on the general topic of Evaluating this year, planning for the next: Things I wish I’d known in my first years of teaching.
Keely K. Lake grew up in South Dakota and earned her undergraduate degree at the University of S.D. She earned her Ph.D. at the University of Iowa, and since 2002 has taught at the Wayland Academy in Wisconsin, where she teaches Latin, Greek, and the ancient world, while coaching volleyball and track. She is College Board Liaison to the A.P. Latin Committee, Secretary of the Vergilian Society, and a member of the Board of the Joint National Committee on Languages (JNCL).
Linda Sharrard Montross grew up in Michigan, where she received her undergraduate at Oakland University in 1969. She subsequently began teaching in Fairfax Country, Virginia, earned a Masters in Education in Latin from the University of Virginia in 1976, and retired in 2000. She was one of the founding members of the National Latin Exam in 1977 and currently serves as Co-Chair. She has frequently presented at classical conferences on pedagogy and the NLE.
Each webinar will begin at 6:00 p.m. Eastern time, with 45 minutes of presentations followed by time for questions and answers. To register or for more information write to Prof. Mary Pendergraft. You can also register for the webinar through Google Forms.