Friday, June 26 | 4:30-5:15pm
This is a Patio Q&A with the Languages Workshop Presenters.
Karen Moore has filled both teaching and administrative roles at Grace Academy of Georgetown, a classical Christian school in central Texas, where she has built the 3-12th grade classical language program. She holds a B.A. in Classics from the University of Texas at Austin. She has nearly 20 years of experience teaching Latin, Greek, and Ancient Humanities in classical Christian schools. She has authored the Latin Alive Reader: Latin Literature from Cicero to Newton, multiple Latin texts and the Latin for Teachers Training Program, all published through Classical Academic Press. She and her husband Bryan are the proud parents of three Grace Academy graduates.
Dr. Jason Merritt is instructor of classical Greek and the senior thesis director at Covenant Classical School in Fort Worth, Texas. He has served classical schools in the Fort Worth Area for 12 years as both a teacher and headmaster. He has served as a translation consultant with Bible League International on Bible translation projects in Haitian Creole, Swahili, Japanese, and Croatian. He is the author of "Devils and Deviants: Religious Schism in 1st and 2nd John."
Tim Griffith is a Fellow of Classical Languages at New Saint Andrews College. He teaches Latin to undergraduates and Latin Pedagogy at the graduate level, directs the national Phaedrus Latin Composition Contest, and has dedicated the last 17 years to recovering historical Latin pedagogical methods, drawing heavily on the work of the great Latin educators of history such as Erasmus, Commenius, and W.H.D. Rouse. Most recently he has been part of developing Picta Dicta (www.pictadicta.com), an online learning platform with curriculum and teaching aids specifically designed to assist teachers and home educators in offering a classical education.