REAP Intensive Training
An Exploration of Virtue
What is virtue and can it be taught? These are questions that, as educators, we need to be able to answer. For, if we believe that our students can and should be virtuous then our vision for education must go beyond preparing students to be productive members of society. Our mission has a higher purpose that will be evident in how we approach literature, how we converse with our students, and how we help to prepare them for the world.
Using On Reading Well by Karen Swallow Prior as our primary text, we will explore this rich topic by examining twelve virtues through the lens of several well-known books. Each week participants will discuss literary characters that exemplify each of the twelve virtues, contribute additional literary examples of the virtue being discussed, and develop questions that guide students towards virtue in class discussions.
Weekly, LIVE Online Classes (Mondays)
January 24 - February 28, 2022
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM (Eastern)
6-week live, online course
Early Bird Registration: $129
(through December 31, 2021)
Rich, engaging discussions
Opportunity to earn 2 CEU credits
Sarah Abbott has been a teacher for more than 20 years. Whether in public, Christian, Classical, or home education, she has taught all ages, from the littlest learners to adults. In addition to teaching, she has trained and supervised teachers, written curriculum, and served in administrative roles.
In her current role as a regional administrator over Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Western/Central Pennsylvania, Sarah is blessed to coach, mentor, and walk alongside a fantastic team of home-educating leaders. Additionally, she is an adjunct instructor at the University of Massachusetts, where she earned her Masters of Education.
Sarah loves helping equip teachers with the tools to teach from a rich, Biblical worldview that permeates all subject areas. With her son Malachi now in college, Sarah enjoys hosting a book club and having great conversations about literature, film, and art.
For more info, please contact:
Judy Ralph firstname.lastname@example.org | 540-890-8900