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We hope you will be able to join us at the 2014 SCL Conference in Austin, Texas!

 
June 25-28, 2014

 

CONFERENCE IS AT CAPACITY AND NO MORE REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED

 

Click image above to download the 2014 Conference Booklet

Corrections to the SCL Conference Program:

Saturday Seminar Changes:

  • 9:30 am: Keith Nix: Building School Culture: Bickler

  • 9:30 am Trish Detrick: Story-Telling in Daily Lessons: Creekside I

  • 10:40 Marcus Foster and Jeremy Sturdivant: Growing into Greek: Capitol View North

  • 10:40 Andrew Kern: Assement that Blesses: Salon G-H
  • Here are the meet and greet locations (11:00am Friday): K-2 (Capitol Terrace North); 3-6 (Capitol Terrace South); Upper School Math and Science (Salon A-B); Upper School Humanities (Ballroom left side); Book Signing with Plenary Speakers (Ballroom right); Latin and Greek teachers (Salon C); Board Members (Salon G-H); Heads of School (Bickler); Art and Music (Creekside I).
  • Dr. Sean Riley's Seminar Description for A Brief History of Moral and Political Thought should be: This presentation aims to introduce the story of the development of moral and political theory in the West to teachers of all of levels of familiarity with the topic. It is of general interest to anyone wishing to understand our cultural inheritance and of particular interest to teachers who teach logic or rhetoric school courses in which students engage in moral and political discourse, often unaware of the origins of the ideas they find themselves espousing.
  • Dr. Christian Kopff's bio should read: E. Christian Kopff was educated at St. Paul’s School (Garden City NY), Haverford College and UNC, Chapel Hill (Ph. D., Classics). He has taught at the University of Colorado, Boulder, since 1973, and most currently as Associate Director of the Honors Program. He has edited a critical edition of the Greek text of Euripides’ Bacchae (Teubner, 1982) and published over 100 articles and reviews on scholarly, pedagogical and popular topics. A Fellow of the American Academy in Rome, he has received research grants from the NEH and CU’s Committee on Research. The Devil Knows Latin: Why America Needs the Classical Tradition (ISIBooks, 1999) is widely cited by Classical Christian educators. He translated Josef Pieper, Tradition: Concept and Claim (ISIBooks, 2008; St. Augustine’s, 2010) and contributed the Introduction to Herbert Jordan’s translation of Homer’s Iliad (Oklahoma UP, 2008).
  • George Sanker's seminar (Defending the Liberal Arts: Helping Teachers Tell the Story) will be held in Bickler on Friday at 2:15 pm.
  • Keith Nix's seminar (Building School Culture--Core Principles and Practices) will be held in Bickler on Saturday at 9:30 am.
  • Greg Gunkles' seminar (American Political Rhetoric in the Middle and High School Classroom) has been cancelled.
  • Bryan Lynch's seminar (Seven Strategies of Assessment for Learning) is geared for grammar school teachers rather than administrators.

 

 

Featured Plenary Speakers include...

  • Louis Markos, professor of English at Houston Baptist College and author of From Achilles to Christ: Why Christians Should Read The Pagan Classics. Plenary Topic:  The Music of the Spheres: Dante's Pre-Copernican Universe; Plenary Topic: Where Athens and Jerusalem Meet:  Why Dante Chose Virgil as his Guide
  • Michael Lindsay, president of Gordon College and professor of sociology. Plenary Topic: Leadership
  • Ken Myers, President of Mars Hill Audio, author of All God's Children and Blue Suede Shoes. Plenary Topic: Confronting Concupiscence of the Ears: Music and the Moral Imagination


Partial List of All Conference Seminars: Click Here

 

Featured Speakers at The Pre-Conference: Click Here

 

 


Pre-Conference 

Teachers, Administrators, Board Members

Wednesday, June 25, 2014, 9am to 5pm

Fees:     SCL Members: $125          Non-Members: $125

Register by May 31 and receive a $30 Early Bird Discount!


Regular Session

Thursday through Saturday, June 26 - 28, 2013

(conference ends at noon)

Fees:     SCL Members: $355         Non-Members: $405

Register by May 31 and receive a $30 Early Bird Discount!


Accommodations

This event will take place at the Sheraton Austin Hotel at The Capitol in Austin, Texas.  Make your hotel reservation today to take advantage of the special SCL Conference rate.

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Friday Barbeque, Concert and Tour at the Regents School of Austin

This promises to be an enjoyable event getting to know one of the leading classical schools in the nation--Texas style.




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