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Hillsdale College (Hillsdale, MI) (Classics and History)
Yale Divinity School (Master's)
University of Notre Dame (Graduate Coursework)
One of my greatest passions is teaching Latin. I learned Latin in college and I have been teaching others Latin ever since. I have lots of experience tutoring young children, teenagers, and adults in Latin. Currently, I teach five sections of Latin at a college preparatory school in Philadelphia. I am also working toward a Ph.D. from the University of Notre Dame. My dissertation for this degree involves translating a (previously untranslated) 16th-century Latin theology text.
Teaching Latin to others is one of my greatest skills. I have a unique talent for explaining Latin grammar from the perspective of a new learner, because I remember what a challenge it was when I first started learning Latin in college.
If you or your child is struggling with Latin, please let me show you how easy it can be! I will explain the processes necessary for grasping the language in a way that will make your Latin studies so much easier than before. With my tried and true teaching methods, I will give you the keys to success in your study of Latin.
Nil desperandum...never despair. One of my greatest passions is teaching Latin. I learned Latin in college and I have been teaching others Latin ever since. I have lots of experience tutoring young children, teenagers, and adults in Latin. Currently, I teach five sections of Latin at a college preparatory school in
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