With the recent professional development opportunities I have participated in, I have taken the time to update my curriculum vitae to reflect those developments.
Most notably, I have presented at the American Classical League’s LXVI Institute at the University of Memphis under the aegis of the Technology Committee. Our presentation was technology themed, “Fluency in Geek: Growing Classics Programs Through Technology”, and I shared the framework of the 5 C’s of Educational Technology as well as several resources to use in the classroom.
I also participated as a reader for AP Art History in Salt Lake City, Utah for the first time. It was a tremendous professional development opportunity and I also met a lot of interesting and amazing colleagues that I hope to stay in touch with and possibly collaborate on future projects with. From this opportunity I also was selected to be a part of the AP Art History exam revision, which will officially get into place in 2016. I will help write several test items, or questions, for the exam.