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About the workshop
This workshop is designed for grammar school teachers who are new to teaching or experienced teachers who are looking for guidance in best practices in the classroom. Each discussion will provide strategies that are ready for implementation over the course of the year. The course will also feature wisdom and insight from a variety of veteran teachers who can provide insight into what they wish they would have known when they started.
As a six-session intensive, this workshop will meet weekly beginning the first week of February, 2022. Virtual meetings 60-90 minutes that work within the busy framework of full-time teaching calendar and demands; including an introduction to the key topic, discussion on best practices related to the topic, and small group breakouts.
Meet Your Leader
Director of Secondary Partnerships with CLT
Rachel Greb has been involved in education for two decades as a homeschooling parent, teacher, and administrator, including helping launch and lead a JK-12 classical Christian school in Michigan. She credits Homer’s Odyssey for awakening her love of classic texts. Rachel holds a B.A. in Christian Studies from Hillsdale College, and an M.A. in Christian and Classical Studies from Knox Theological Seminary. She is currently pursuing an Ed.D. with an emphasis on the history of philosophy of education and the Great Books through Harrison-Middleton University. She is also the Director of Secondary Partnerships with CLT, is married, and has 5 children.
We will be addressing successful tools for a nurturing and peaceful classroom. Specific topics will be developing routines, establishing calm in the classroom, the importance of greeting, making every minute meaningful, and communicating clear expectations.
$679 Regular Price
Meeting Length: 60-90 min
Homework: 20-30 min per week
Duration: 6 Weeks
Max Enrollment: 12
Dates: February - March 2022
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