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Modern strategies to teach language classes

Sat. 9am Eastern

Course Description: Teaching (Latin and all) in modern school requires different skills: integration of technology for delivery of instruction and assessment, digital citizenship education, support and differentiation for EL and SPED learners. If you are willing to enhance your classes (in person or online) with more tools to help students succeed, this is your class: from SpEd support to the use of tools such as Jamboard to PBL, this class will make your classical or any language class more exciting while maintaining the same academic rigor.

DETAILS:

Textbook:Instructor will provide materials
Sections capped at:5 students. If the course is sold-out, please fill out this waiting-list form.

Regular price $250.00

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INSTRUCTOR

Maria Luisa De Seta

Maria Luisa De Seta has been teaching online since 2015 and has been part of many professional development on teaching and engaging in online classes throughout the years. She is certified online and blended instructor and PBS media certified educator. 

Maria Luisa De Seta grew up and studied Classics in Italy and Germany, and now teaches Latin I through AP Latin at Menlo Atherton High School in California. She holds a BA in Classics (summa cum laude) and PhD on Literary studies from the Universita’ della Calabria, MA in Teaching Classics and MA in teaching Italian from the Universita’ per Stranieri di Siena; she was a fellow of  at the Thesaurus Linguae Latinae for two years. Her adventure as teacher started in 2005, at the Liceo Ginnasio Virgilio in Mantua, where she taught Latin and Ancient Greek, both with the traditional and natural approaches. After moving to California, she went back to teaching in public schools and started mentoring new Latin teachers from the San Francisco State Credentialing Program: she is proud of seeing three (so far) of her former students and advisees continuing studying Classics and becoming teachers as well. She has published articles on lexicography, Terence and Ovid and is interested in Rhetorical studies and the reception of the Classics. Recent interests include digital education and the use of technology in the classroom. Maria Luisa also teaches a Telepaideia course on "Italian for Classicists".