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University of Montana (English and Latin)
University of Montana (Master's)
I'm a Montana native, having returned in 1999 after time spent in South Carolina and Washington state. I earned my BA in English and Latin and MA in Fine Arts from the University of Montana. I've been teaching Latin and English at a High School since 1999. It's a great place to teach...and for students to learn and mature! I also teach Latin for the Montana Digital Academy. Though curriculum is important, there are so many more things for students to discover! I keep discovering things I love: learning, reading, hiking, taekwondo, and chocolate.
In an increasingly global society, it is essential to have knowledge of many languages and cultures. Travel affords students the opportunity to immerse themselves in authentic language and cultural experiences. Communication helps all of us to move students along on their personal journeys of discovery. I'm happy to help students on their personal journeys. For many that help may be pointing students toward resources so they can explore on their own. (Education doesn't have to be expensive to be important and valuable.)
Carpe diem! Salvete!
I'm a Montana native, having returned in 1999 after time spent in South Carolina and Washington state. I earned my BA in English and Latin and MA in Fine Arts from the University of Montana. I've been teaching Latin and
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