Sustainable Equitable Input
ASL interpreter – Billy Sanders
This session is for the working teacher who is passionate about teaching with comprehensible input and ensuring success for all types of students. Participants will learn how to make their practices work for all types of students without burning out mid-year.
John Bracey has been a Latin teacher in Massachusetts since 2010. He currently teaches at Belmont High School in Belmont MA. He has a BA in Classics from University of Massachusetts Amherst and an MA from Boston College. He has taught Latin exclusively using Comprehensible Input methodology for the past several years. He leads workshops around the country for language teachers of all kinds. He was also the 2016 Massachusetts Latin teacher of the year. He has become widely known in the Classics profession through several publications in Eidolon dealing with race and teaching Latin. He was a contributor to the recent Diversity and Inclusion in the Latin Classroom online series from Cambridge University Press. He is also working with the Comprehensible Classroom on creating the Latin curriculum SUMUS.