Ms. Rachel Ash has been teaching for 17 years in the states of Oklahoma, Texas, and Georgia. Currently, she teaches Latin at Parkview High School in Gwinnett County. Rachel earned her Bachelor of Arts degree with a double major in Latin and Letters and a minor in History from the University of Oklahoma. She then received a Master of Arts in Latin from the University of Florida.
In 2016, Rachel received the Teacher of the Year award for the Georgia Classical Association. She also received the Georgial JCL State Chair award in 2019. Rachel has presented at local, state, regional, and national conferences on a variety of topics including Comprehensible Input, teaching with tasks, and her research on Pliny the Elder. She is also the co-author of Pluto: fabula amoris and the author of Camilla.
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In 2012 Miriam was named the K-12 Teacher of Promise by the Foreign Language Association of Georgia. She has presented at local, state, regional, and national conferences during her time on a number of topics including Comprehensible Input, Accommodations, and presenting her research in proto-racism. She is also the co-author of Pluto: fabula amoris and author of Eurydice: fabula amoris. Currently she is working on her own line of original characters and her personal interpretation of mythological characters.
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Dr. Elizabeth Davidson has been teaching Latin for 6 years in the states of North Carolina and Georgia. She has taught in both private and public high schools and currently teaches at Parkview High School in Gwinnett County in Georgia.
Elizabeth received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Chicago. She then went on to receive her Master of Arts and Master of Philosophy in Religious studies from Yale. She also received her Doctor of Philosophy from Yale in Ancient Christianity.
Elizabeth has received the Alumni Fellows Award (2018) from The Wesminster Schools for teachers who have made a tremendous impact in the classroom. Dr. Davidson is also at work on a YouTube channel, The Secret Toilet, where she will be publishing comprehensible videos in Latin
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Emma has been the recipient of a number of awards for her studies and teaching including the Distinguished Teaching Award from UMASS Amherst (2020) and was a Lincoln Laureate for Monmouth College (2017). Additionally, Emma serves on the Executive Board for Ascanius: The Youth Classics Institute, is an organiser for the Our Voices conference, and is an organiser for Lupercal. She has self-published 5 novellae and is a writer for Bolchazy-Carducci.
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Mr. John Foulk has been teaching Latin for 5 years at the elementary, secondary, and collegiate levels in Illinois and Georgia. Currently he teaches at Parkview High School in Gwinnett County Georgia. He received both his Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees in Classics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
John has been recognised in a number of ways during his tenure. Most recently John received the GCPS PEAK award for the 2018-2019 school year. He has also been ranked in the List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent by their students for the University of Illinois (2014-2016). John has also been the recipient of the Bernard Goldman Scholarship for the American Academy of Rome and the Heller Award for Outstanding Graduating Seniors in Classics for the University of Illinois. John is currently finalizing his first novella, to be published in Latin and Classical Greek.
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Keith has been named Teacher of the Year for the Georgia Classical Association in 2003. Additionally, having presented in various forums locally, regionally, and nationally, he was named Best of FLAG (Foreign Language Association of Georgia) in 2017.
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Dr. Chris Buczek has 11 years teaching experience in the states of New York, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts. Currently he teaches for the East Syracuse Minoa Central School District in New York.
Chris received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Classics from Siena College. He also received his Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in Classics from the University at Buffalo. Additionally, Chris has a Graduate Certificate in Education from the University of Massachusetts in Boston.
Chris has given a number of presentations nationally and regionally on a variety of topics including Comprehensible Input and writing novellas with his classes. He is also the author of a number of published novellas including: itinera Dennis et Debrae, Maximus et Caecilia, and Itinera Liviae et amicorum.
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Bob has been the recipient of a number of awards during his tenure including Teacher of the Year at Parkview High school in 2009, Latin Teacher of the Year in 2011 for the state of Georgia, Foreign Language teacher of the year in the state of Georgia in 2012, Teacher of the Year in 2013 for the Sothern Conference on Language Teaching, and Teacher of the Year Finalist in 2014 for the American Council on Teaching Foreign Languages. Additionally, he has received the Meritus award from the American Classical League (2015), the Excellence in Teaching Pre-Collegiate for the Society of Classical Studies (2017), and most recently, the Kraft Excellence in Secondary Teaching for the Classical Assocation of the Midwest and South (2020).
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