Join us for a FREE webinar - eyeVocab: A Revolutionary Approach to Vocabulary Acquisition & Retention.
This webinar is scheduled for Tuesday, June 10, 2014 6:00–7:00 PM EST (5:00-6:00 Central Time) presented by high school teacher, Thaddeus Lisowski.
Frustrated that your students so frequently forget the vocabulary they need to know and supposedly "learned"?
This webinar will present the documented success of eyeVocab,
an innovative second-language acquisition software program, in
stimulating Latin vocabulary learning and retention. Master teacher
Thaddeus Lisowski will share his enthusiasm using eyeVocab with his own
eyeVocab maximizes state-of-the-art technology and
revolutionizes second language vocabulary acquisition. Far more than an
electronic flashcard, eyeVocab uses "distinctive affective images
in isolation" in combination with audio recitation and keyboard input
so that students hardwire the new vocabulary in their memory. Classes
using eyeVocab, designed for the language lab as well as for
individual use at home, experience dramatically significant improvement
in vocabulary retention.
Thaddeus Lisowski received his AB from Harvard University in
Classics and his PhD from U.C. Berkeley in Comparative Literature
(emphasis in Ancient Greek and Latin). While at Berkeley, Thaddeus
taught English Composition and Literature courses and Latin and Greek
language courses (including intensive summer workshops in both
languages). He taught four years at Maybeck High School in the English
and Math departments, including AP English and AP Calculus, where he
also was co-leader of a student trip to Machu Picchu over the Inca
Trail. Since 2007, Thaddeus has taught Latin in the upper school at the
Head-Royce School in Oakland, CA. During off hours, Thaddeus enjoys
biking with his two young daughters and hiking in the East Bay hills or
in more far-flung places.
Complete the online webinar registration form. Webinar login information will be sent on Monday, June 9. All participants will receive a certificate of participation.