Karen Moore discusses the blending of the studies of Latin and art history.
Tim Attaway discusses teaching Latin using the traditional methods of composition and oral composition combined with new tools.
Aaron Fudge defends teaching modern foreign languages in classical schools alongside Latin and Greek.
Paul Schaeffer discusses the basics of Latin so attendees can feel confident to teach their students introductory Latin in the upcoming year.
Marcus Foster and Stephen Bryan discuss the theory and practice of introducing spoken Latin into the classroom.
Shannon Walker addresses designing a cross-curricular Latin program, creating interdisciplinary unit plans, and collaborating with classroom teachers to maximize the impact on students’ performance.
Marcus Foster discusses the successes and failures of expanding language studies in a Classical School.
Phillip Donnelly explains how the study of ancient (rather than modern) languages is uniquely suited for Christian education based on the verbal arts.
David Noe provides Latin teachers at the primary and secondary levels with simple and tested strategies for developing active Latin use in their classrooms.
Joshua Smith discusses various approaches to reading Latin.