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Welcome to the 2016 American Classical League Institute
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Tuesday, June 28 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
12C An ETC Potpourri: Bring your Latin classroom to life!

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This workshop will focus on activities and tools to use in the classroom, particularly with elementary and middle school students. Attendees will be introduced to easy tech tools, cultural activities, project ideas, and outside resources for use in the classroom.


Speakers
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Ruth Ann Besse

Latin & ESOL Teacher, Reservoir High School
I teach two subjects in a Howard County public high school: Latin and U.S. History for ESOL students. After school, I teach Latin to home-schooled children. Promoting Latin for younger students truly interests me and that's why I am a member of the "Excellence Through Classics Committee" and "The Primary Latin Project."
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Krystal Kubichek

Vice-chair, ETC
Though I teach in NJ, I live in Philadelphia, PA. I've taught Latin I-IV AP at PHS, a public school in the most diverse district in NJ, for the past 7 years. I've also been lucky enough to have some of the best mentors a Latin teacher can ask for. My students are active in NJCL: we hosted NJ's 2015 Convention. I'm vice-chair of Excellence Through Classics (ETC). I also founded a group on Facebook for Latin teachers in PA, DE, and NJ called the... Read More →
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Zee Poerio

k-8 Computer Teacher, Diocese of Pittsburgh / St. Louise de Marillac School
Zee Poerio is the k-8 Computer teacher and advisor for the Student Technology Team at St. Louise de Marillac Catholic School in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where she has been teaching for 18 years. Serving as a Teacher Ambassador for CREATE Lab at Carnegie Mellon University’s Robotics Institute and on multiple committees for the American Classical League, Zee’s passion is connecting modern technology with ancient studies. @MagistraZee loves... Read More →
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Michelle Ramahlo

Chair, ETC
I've been teaching Latin to 5-8th grades in Chappaqua, NY, for 9 years. I teach primarily using TPRS, via the Cambridge Latin Course. I'm originally from Dallas, Texas, but made my way to New York through Columbia University where I studied middle east history and Arabic. I attended graduate school in Latin Education at Hunter College in New York. I'm the chair of Excellence Through Classics, the elementary branch of ACL. I like to ride my bike... Read More →


Tuesday June 28, 2016 2:30pm - 3:30pm
San Jacinto Center Rooms 208/210

Attendees (34)