In episode 81, Carolyn Siegel interviews Jason Pedicone, co-founder of the Paideia Institute. Carolyn experienced Paideia’s pedagogical approach first-hand while accompanying Latin students in 2014 on a trip to Rome with a Paideia Living Latin trip. In this interview Jason discusses the teaching of living Latin and Greek at Paideia as well as his work with PhDs in the Classics, including professional networking and opportunities outside academia.

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Show Notes

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You can find out more about Jason’s work via the Paideia Institute websiteOr follow the Padeia Institute on Facebook or Instagram @PaideiaInstitute.

Be sure to check out…

In Medias Res, an online journal for lovers and teachers of the Classics published by the Paideia Institute.

…if you enjoyed the parts of this episode about Latin as a living language, you should also look back in the archives to listen to Ep 26 with Justin Slocum Bailey, another spoken Latin teacher!

…if you enjoyed learning about careers for language PhDs, you might be interested in another one of our episodes on labor issues for language teachers, episode 46 with Mura Nava!

 

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