RHS's Carl Rosin Makes 2018-19 Teacher Advisory Council
July 31, 2018
Radnor High School English Teacher Carl Rosin Selected to 2018-19 Teacher Advisory Council
Radnor High School English teacher Carl Rosin has been selected to serve on the National Humanities Center (NHC) Teacher Advisory Council for the 2018-19 term.
According to the NHC website, the council, which was launched in 2016, aims to “provide leadership, training, resources, and partnerships that advance humanities education” for American teachers. Rosin is one of only 14 humanities educators across different disciplines selected to serve from August 1, 2018 through July 31, 2019.
During the one-year term, members “accept an active role in the development, evaluation, and promotion of NHC materials and projects.” They will review NHC programs to evaluate their feasibility in a classroom as well as promote and present existing materials.
In order to support and connect humanities classes from the K-16 levels, the board focuses on integrating humanities content and scholarship with new technology. “Critical to this mission is the role of in-service and experienced teachers in providing relevant and critical perspective to our work,” the NHC describes on its website.
Rosin teaches British & Modern Literature Honors, AP English Language and Composition, and, when the course is offered, Topics in Philosophy and Writing. He also co-teaches Viewpoints on Modern America, coaches Ethics Bowl, sponsors the Sexuality and Gender Alliance (SAGA), and is a member of the Honor Council.