Summer 2: July 10- August 18
Are you a Latin teacher who wants opportunities to connect and engage with fellow Latin teachers about lessons? Are you a new or experienced teacher who is looking to become familiar with the latest research on SLA and best practices? This course will explore the theory of second language acquisition and how it applies to teaching Latin. Lessons will focus on 1) making Latin accessible to all learners, 2) effective technology for Latin teaching and learning, 3) creating a curriculum based on cultural themes, and 4) supporting students towards proficiency in Latin. We will also explore how to create a personal learning network to stay connected to other Latin teachers and share ideas. As teachers, we are constantly learning and growing in our practice. This course will be a great opportunity to learn, share, and collaborate with other Latin teachers! Open to Latin teachers or anyone proficient in Latin. Conducted in English.Weekly Themes:
Students who matriculate into an Instructor-Facilitated course should adhere to the dates listed on the website. Final coursework should be submitted within one week after the course end date. Course extensions beyond one week are subject to a $50 fee.
Course Delivery: Online weekly learning modules, collaborative discussion boards and instuctor feedback. This course is not self-paced.
Not sure which credit option to choose? Credit options are based on district approval. Learn more about each credit option here.
- 60 Professional Development Points, CTLEs, ACT48: $540
PEDD 9183: University of the Pacific: 3 Graduate-level PDUs: $875
- CLDE 591 LTN 504: Colorado State University Pueblo: 3 Degree Applicable Graduate Credits: $900
Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU): PDLL 556ID: 3 Transferable Graduate Credits $955
EDU 6130 Ashland University: (register and pay the university directly) $1050
About the Instructor
Maureen Lamb, M.Ed., Latin Instructor. Read more about Maureen on Our Team page!
What participants are saying about this course
"This has been to most practical and informative graduate class I have taken. I have been exposed to a great number of useful resources and have applied many things to my own classroom."