LOGOS SCHOOL 19th ANNUAL SUMMER TEACHER TRAINING
July 9-11, 2013
HOSTED AND CONDUCTED BY LOGOS SCHOOL
Officially Endorsed by the Association of Classical and Christian Schools
WHERE: The seminars will be hosted and conducted by staff members of Logos School in Moscow, Idaho. Logos School is located at 110 Baker Street. (1-208-882-1226)
WHEN: July 9-11, 2013. The seminars will normally run from 8:15-4:00, Tuesday through Thursday (half day).
COST: The week’s fee is $260 for non-members, and $230 for ACCS members or those attending from ACCS schools.
PLENARY SESSIONS: There will be three plenary (full-attendance) sessions, one each morning. These will address broad areas on the philosophy and application of classical, Christian education and Christian worldview.
VARIETY OF WORKSHOPS: Each day there will be a wide variety of one-hour workshops offered in three tracks: Grammar (Elementary), Logic & Rhetoric (Secondary), and Administrative. The training is designed for teachers of all major subject areas, in grades kindergarten through twelve, using the classical method. Administrators will concentrate on the practical and philosophical considerations of operating a classical, Christian school. Certificate of Completion: An ACCS endorsed certificate indicating the completion of this summer training will be issued to each teacher/administrator by Logos School.
Plenary speakers include Douglas Wilson, Matt Whitling, and Tom Garfield. Each day workshops will be offered in three tracks: Grammar, Logic/Rhetoric, and Administrative. The workshops will also include time to talk about the methodology of each concept and discuss various methods of teaching the material.
Here is a list of just a few plenary sessions and workshops offered at lasts years Summer Teacher Training Program:
- Plenary Session: The Trivium Defined and Applied
- Development Basics
- Effective Boards
- Elementary discipline
- Introduction to Administration
- Hiring, Evaluations and Training Tools
- Tools of Grammar
- Class Management
- Bible, Reading, Phonics
- History, Geography
- Team Teaching
- Tips For First Year Teacher
- Sample Art Class
- Latin I,II,III
- Teaching the Christian World View
- Teaching Junior High English
- A Classical View of Mathematics
- Science: Setting-up and Running a Lab
- Classroom Management
- What Is Rhetoric
- Preparing for PSAT, SAT and the ACT
- Why Latin?
- Technology In The Classroom
- A Dialectic Toolbox
- Utilizing Primary Sources
- Biblical Interpretation