2022 Teacher training Conference
We invite you to join us in Louisville, Kentucky, this July 13-15!
Presented by Memoria Press and the Classical Latin School Association, the 2022 Teacher Training Conference is the perfect opportunity to enrich your classical classroom. On the campus of Highlands Latin School, the 2022 conference will feature plenary sessions led by Dr. Vigen Guroian, Dr. James Matthew Wilson, Dr. Matthew Dickie, and Martin Cothran. The remainder of the two days will be filled with workshops detailing the Memoria Press Classical Core Curriculum, pedagogy, and classroom discipline.Purchase Recordings
Teacher Training Pre-Conference
The optional pre-conference tracks on Wednesday, July 13, are subject-specific and geared toward teachers who need additional direction or specific content help in certain subjects. There is a separate registration process and additional fee of $50. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.
On Wednesday, July 13, Memoria College will have a full day of workshops led by the Memoria College faculty. Registration is $100 for the day-long conference. Click here for more information and registration details!
Pre-Conference tracks will include:
Latina Christiana – full day
- First Form Latin – full day
- Second Form Latin – full day
- Third Form Latin – full day
- Fourth Form Latin and Beyond – full day
- Greek – full day
- Literature Seminar – full day
- Classical Composition (Fable-Chreia & Maxim) – full day
- New American Cursive Certification – half day (morning)
- Prima Latina – half day (afternoon)
- K-6 Music Program – half day (morning)
- K-6 Art Program – half day (afternoon)
- Physical Education – half day (morning)
- Crafting Writers (IEW) – half day (morning)
- Teaching Simply Classical in School Settings – half day (afternoon)
Highlands Latin School Community Lecture Series
Join us Wednesday, July 13, at 6:00 p.m. for the opening reception and lecture by Dr. Vigen Guroian in the Highlands Latin School Gymnasium.
Dr. Guroian has been professor of religious studies in Orthodox Christianity at the University of Virginia and senior fellow at the Center for the study of Law and Religion at Emory University. He is the author of several books, including Incarnate Love: Essays in Orthodox Ethics, Tending the Heart of Virtue, and Rallying the Really Human Things. His nearly 200 published articles cover a range of subjects including marriage and family, children’s literature, ecology, gardening, Armenian history, and medical ethics.
This event is open to all attendees and facilitators of the 2022 Memoria Press Sodalitas Conference, Teacher Training Conference, Memoria College Conference, and Highlands Latin School families.
Breakfast and lunch are provided on Thursday and Friday.
Please note that grade levels correspond to the accelerated Memoria Press curriculum pace. If you have specific questions, please visit the Summer Conference Forum.
*The full line of Memoria Press curriculum will be on display at the conference, and dedicated staffers will be on hand to answer any questions or place any orders.
Please note: All general and breakout sessions are subject to video recording and/or photography.
Ask for the Memoria Press Conference block at these hotels:
Wingate by Wyndham
12301 Alliant Ct. Louisville, KY 40299
$133 per night
Block pricing expires June 19, 2022
Hilton Garden Inn
1530 Alliant Ave. Louisville, KY 40299
$119 per night
Block pricing expires June 17, 2022
Fairfield Inn & Suites
1220 Kentucky Mills Dr., Louisville, KY 40299
$129 per night
Block pricing expires June 10, 2022