Reaching Diverse Student Populations
in the Latin Classroom
As educators become more aware of different learning methods and the diverse needs of students in the American classroom, traditional pedagogies need to be adapted and new ones found. The goal of this panel is to illustrate how these needs and emerging teaching methods are affecting Latin and Classics classrooms at all levels of instruction.
Tom Sienkewicz, Chair of CAMWS Committee for the Promotion of Latin
Monmouth College, Monmouth, Illinois
"Latin for Students with Learning Difficulties"
Barbara Hill, Department of Classics, University of Colorado, Boulder
"The Orton-Gillingham Method Teaching Latin to at-risk students"
Kay Fluharty, Madeira School District, Cincinnati, Ohio
"Teaching Latin to diverse student populations in the same classroom"
Sherwin D. Little, Indian Hill High School, Cincinnati, Ohio
"A Call For Classicists in the Junior College"
Janet Berardo, Humanities Department at Kennedy-King College, Chicago, Illinois
"Classics' New Odyssey: When West Meets the Rest of the World"
William Magrath, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana
Saturday, April 17th, 10:00 a.m.-12:00 Noon
Dolder Grand, The Sheraton Cleveland City Centre Hotel, Cleveland, Ohio
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