2016 ACL Institute, University of Texas, Austin, Texas


2015 - University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut

Total Attendance: 281


2014 - College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia

Total Attendance: 371

Pre-Institute Attendance: 125

  • Acta non Verba: Innovative Techniques AND AP Success
  • AP Latin: Exam Question Types and Latin Reading Skills
  • Teaching Students to Read Latin in the Digital Age: Embracing the Whole Experience
  • Official Minimus Training in the US
  • Utilitas Scripti:Incorporating Writing into Our Latin Classes...at Any Level
  • Create Your Own App!
  • Catching Them in the Middle 2014: Considering What Textbooks to Use in the Middle

2013 - University of Memphis Memphis, Tennessee

Total attendance: 263

Pre-Institute Attendance: 112

  • One Year Into the New AP Latin Course (Caesar and Vergil):
    New Strategies and Lessons Learned
  • Removing Roadblocks: Paving the Path to Latin Learning for Students With and Without Learning Disabilities
  • Official Minimus Training in the US
  • Utilitas Scripti: Incorporating Writing into Our Latin Classes...at Any Level!
  • Create Your Own App!
  • Catching Them in the Middle 2014: Considering What Textbooks to Use in the Middle School

2012 - University of Nevada, Las Vegas Las Vegas, Nevada

Total Attendance: 270

Pre-Institute Attendance: 92

  • Developing a Syllabus for the New AP Latin Course (2012-2013)
  • Neo-Latin: A Latin Teacher’s Best Friend in a Multi-Cultural Society
  • Catching Them in the Middle with the Reading Approach (2012)
  • The Tres Columnae Way: Learning Latin Through Collaborative Content Creation
  • Rome in Situ – Using Technology to Enrich the
  • Let the Dice Fly! Sorting Out the Political & Social Spectrum of the Late
  • Roman Explorers: Las Vegas

2011 - University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Total Attendance: 314

Pre-Institute Attendance: 137

  • Herculaneum by Way of Malibu: The Getty Villa Presents: Teaching the Art and Culture of Ancient Roman Villas
  • Latin Prose Composition is Friendly to Teachers and Students!
  • Preparing to Teach the New AP Latin Course
  • Cambridge Latin Course Digital Materials for Beginners: Hands-on and Best Practice
  • Getting Started: Using Orberg’s Lingua Latina: Familia Romana
  • Storytelling for Any Textbook – Oral Techniques for the Latin Classroom
  • Catching Them All in the Middle: Methodologies Moving in All Directions for All Students
  • Quia, the Key to Latin Practice & Assessment

2010 - Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Total Attendance: 314

Pre-Institute Attendance: 143

  • Ars Docendi: Workshop for Latin Teachers (1-4 Years of experience)
  • Catching Them in the Middle 2010: The A-B-C’s of the Reading Method
  • Developing the Next Generation of Fluent Readers of Latin
  • From Zero to Greek: Teaching Basics,Promoting Interest, Starting Programs
  • TPRS: Using Oral Storytelling to Teach Latin
  • Speaking and Writing in Latin: Adding the Active Dimension not only to the Teaching of Latin but also to the Study of Latin Literature
  • Teaching Caesar in the AP Classroom
  • Using Google Earth to Enhance Julius Caesar’s de Bello Gallico

2009 – Loyola University, Los Angeles, California

Total Attendance: 337

Pre-Institute Attendance: 118

  • Ars Docendi: For New Latin Teachers With 1-4 Years Of Experience
  • How Speaking and Writing in the Target Language Can Help Learners and Readers of Latin
  • Learning to Speak, Speaking to Learn: Incorporating Oral Latin Without Derailing
  • Teaching AP Vergil
  • Mirabile Visu! Using Digital Images, Google Earth, and Digital Cameras to Enhance Students in the Latin Classroom
  • A How-To for Using Skype, Podcasts, and Virtual Worlds for Speaking Latin Aloud What Would Vergil Do? Writing and Filming a Screenplay
  • Catching Them in the Middle – 2009: Engaging Readers and the Use of Latin

2008 – University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire

Total Attendance: 349

Institute Program

Pre-Institute Attendance: 70

  • Teaching AP Latin: Cicero
  • From Zero to Greek: Learning the Language and Building a Program
  • Catching The in the Middle 2008
  • Loquimur et Scribimus Quo Melius Legamus
  • Using Apple's iLife Multimedia Tools to Help Your Students Create Content
  • Disce ut Doceas: Preparing to be a TA in Latin

2007 – Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee

Total Attendance: 365

Pre-Institute Attendance: 119

  • Active Latin: Speaking & Writing in Latin
  • Catching them in the Middle 2007
  • Disce ut Doceas: Preparing to be a TA in Latin
  • Monstra Mihi Pecuniam: Show Me The Money
  • Multisensory Learning in the Classroom for Latin III and Beyond
  • Teaching AP Catullus
  • Web Weaving: Supporting Your Classes On Line

2006 – University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia

Total Attendance: 454

Pre-Institute Attendance: 152

  • Breaking the Latin Sound Barrier 35
  • Disce ut Doceas: Preparing to be a TA in Latin 7
  • Quomodo Intelligens ES? 34
  • Seeing is Believing: Making the Most of Digital Images 16
  • Teacher Prep in the 21st Century 20
  • Teaching AP Ovid 33
  • LatinSummer Philadelphia! 7

2005 – University of New Mexico, Albuquerque

Total Attendance: 331

Pre-Institute Attendance: 98

  • Make the Internet Work for You 20
  • Teaching, Practicing & Testing Grammar Culture 20
  • Teaching Virgil 30
  • Creating Bridges Between Latin and Spanish 23
  • Latin Summer Albuquerque! 5

2004 – Miami University, Oxford OH

Total Attendance 286

Pre-Institute Attendance

  • Successful Reading Strategies for Middle School and Beyond 16
  • Minimus Secundus – Moving on in Latin 7
  • Cicero: Philosopher, Orator, and Correspondent 26
  • Bytes for the Bewildered: The Classical Internet for Beginners 3
  • LatinSummer Cincinnati! 4

2003 - University at Buffalo, Buffalo NY

Total Attendance: 310

Pre-Institute Attendance: 93

  • Catching Them in the Middle 2003 18
  • Online in Double Time 12
  • Writing Essays for the AP Latin Examinations 33
  • Growing Our Own 5
  • Minimus: Latin for Little Ones 15
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2002 - University of Wisconsin, Madison

Total Attendance: 303

Pre-Institute Attendance: 101

  • Making Full Use of Perseus on CD-ROM: A Hands-On Approach 22
  • Implementing the New Classics Curriculum in the International
  • Baccalaureate
  • Program 7
  • Catching Them in the Middle 2002 19
  • Making the Most of Your Reading-Based Curriculum 44
  • LatinSummer Madison! 9

2001 - Trinity University, San Antonio TX

Total Attendance: 310

Pre-Institute Attendance: 103

  • Web-Based Tools for Teaching 23
  • From Thinking Outside the Box to Building a Bigger Box: Inclusion of Women and Minorities in Latin Textbooks 6
  • Advanced Placement Latin 42
  • Catching Them in the Middle 2001 32

2000 - University of Indiana, Bloomington

Total Attendance: 312

Pre-Institute Attendance: 90

  • Techniques for Teaching Learning Disabled Students 25
  • Classics in Cyberspace: How to Use VRoman in the Latin Classroom 25
  • Latin in the Middle School 40

1999 - University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Total Attendance: 387

Pre-Institute Attendance: 97

  • Surviving and Thriving on the Block 44
  • JCL: It’s Not Just a Convention Anymore 17
  • eaching Race and Ethnicity in the Classics Classroom 36

1998 - San Francisco State University, San Francisco CA

Total Attendance: 341

Pre-Institute Attendance: 131

  • National Standards for Classical Language Learning-Trainers Workshop 27
  • Preparing for the 1999 AP Latin Examination 61
  • Alphabet Soup for the Teacher’s Soul 43

1997 - University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Total Attendance: 358

Pre-Institute Attendance: 132

  • Conversational Latin: Breaking the Sound Barrier 40
  • Instructional Strategies for the elementary/Middle School Teacher 43
  • Technology in the Latin Classroom 49

Institutes prior to 1996:

  • 1996 University of Maryland, College Park, MD - 431
  • 1995 Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA - 231
  • 1994 Miami University, Oxford, OH - 316
  • 1993 University of Colorado, Boulder, CO - 221
  • 1992 University of Georgia, Athens, GA - 232
  • 1991 Tufts University, Medford, MA - 379
  • 1990 California State University, Northridge, CA - 268
  • 1989 McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada - 254
  • 1988 University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN - 196
  • 1987 Georgetown University, Washington, DC - 244
  • 1986 Miami University, Oxford, OH - 157
  • 1985 University of Texas, Austin, TX - 107
  • 1984 University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA - 123
  • 1983 Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, VA - 127
  • 1982 Hope College, Holland, MI - 131
  • 1981 Creighton University, Omaha, NE - 85
  • 1980 University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH - 109
  • 1979 University of Georgia, Athens, GA - 99
  • 1978 San Diego State University, CA - 85
  • 1977 Atlanta Hilton Hotel, Atlanta, GA - 80
  • 1976 Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL - 108
  • 1975 Emmanuel College, Boston, MA - 112
  • 1974 College of Mount St. Joseph on the Ohio, OH - < 100
  • 1973 Western College, Oxford, OH - > 100
  • 1972 Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA
  • 1971 Western College, Oxford, OH
  • 1970 Western College, Oxford, OH
  • 1969 Western College, Oxford, OH
  • 1968 Western College, Oxford, OH
  • 1967 Western College, Oxford, OH
  • 1966 University of Western Kentucky, Bowling Green, KY
  • 1965 Miami University, Oxford, OH
  • 1964 Miami University, Oxford, OH
  • 1963 The University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS
  • 1962 Miami University, Oxford, OH
  • 1961 Miami University, Oxford, OH
  • 1960 Miami University, Oxford, OH
  • 1959 The Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, NH
  • 1958 Miami University, Oxford, OH
  • 1957 Miami University, Oxford, OH
  • 1956 Miami University, Oxford, OH
  • 1955 State University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
  • 1954 Miami University, Oxford, OH
  • 1953 Miami University, Oxford, OH
  • 1952 Miami University, Oxford, OH
  • 1951 Miami University, Oxford, OH
  • 1950 Haverford College, Haverford, PA
  • 1949 Miami University, Oxford, OH
  • 1948 Miami University, Oxford, OH

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