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Curriculum Vitae (September, 2013)

Guy P. Earle
Edgenuity / Pearson PLC Latin Instructor / edTPA Scorer 12203 Adventure Drive Riverview, Florida 33579 Home: (813) 236-9445 Cell: (813) 785-1972 e-mail:

Birth: Tampa, Florida, USA, 1973. Marriage: Kelly Earle, 2005.

Latin literature (prose, historiography and philology), Roman military and society of the Middle to Late Republic, and pedagogy (AP curriculum and program building)

2000-2002 M.A. Latin M.A. Minor History
University of Florida, Gainesville

Thesis directed by Prof. Lewis Sussman; Julius Caesars use of Psychological Warfare in his Bellum Gallicum.


B.A. History B.A. Classics

University of South Florida, Tampa


Associate of Arts

St. Petersburg Junior College, Clearwater


Leto Senior High School

Tampa, Florida

Professional Experience

Sept. 2013Present

Pearson PLC edTPA Scorer, History

Secondary HSS-PK-12 Scorer for History/Social Studies

Remote Location

July 2013Present

Edgenuity Latin Teacher

Online instructor for Latin 1 and 2 under Middlebury Languages curriculum.

Remote Location


School District of Hillsborough County Robinson High School Latin Teacher, Mentor, and Department Head
District Mentor (2011 2013) Worked with USFs College of Education, mentoring
undergraduate and graduate students in classroom instruction and management.

Tampa, Florida

Department Head (2007 2013)

Assisted in the hiring, training, scheduling and mentoring of new and existing departmental members. Facilitated the district creation of Latin I-AP mid-term and end-of-course exams. Managed the departmental budget, and assisted in conflict resolution with departmental members, parents and administrative staff. Implemented and guided Small Learning Communities of teachers. Participated and held leadership roles in multiple committees for the improvement of the school.

Latin Instructor (2002 2013)

Responsible for the multi-level planning of all Latin I, II, III Honors and Advanced Placement classes.

Taught AP Catullus and Ovid from 2003-2009; Vergil from 2010-11; Caesar and Vergil from 2012-2013. Created the curricula for two ancient history classes (Ancient Warfare, and Gods, Gladiators and Emperors), including topics, questions, lectures, and tests. Sponsor for the RHS Latin Honor Society. Established the Classics Program in 2008. Led annual teams to Region and State Latin competitions (placed 1st in Region VII for 2013). Taught multi-level classes during the same period, and had to display organizational and time management skills on a daily basis.


University of Florida, Classics Department Graduate Instructor and Assistant

Instructor for Latin I-III and Accelerated Latin I-II. Teaching Assistant for Rome and the Mediterranean and Sallust: Catiline.

Gainesville, Florida

Other Employment
1997-1999 1994-1997 Paymentech, Customer Service and Team Lead, Tampa, Florida AAA Auto Club South, Travel Customer Service and Group Lead, Tampa, Florida

District Accomplishments
Fall 2012 District workshop training sessions on changes to Latin curriculum. Chair of adoption committee for Latin textbooks. District Mentor for Maria Lacascade through USF World Language and Education departments. School District of Hillsborough County

Summer 2012

Wrote Hillsborough County AP Latin (Caesar and Vergil) Mid-Term and End-of-Course exams.

School District of Hillsborough County

Fall 2011

District Mentor Training Program; Fall mentor for Stacy Snelling through USF World Language and Education departments. Hosted district workshop training sessions on making language podcasts and collaboration with district Latin teachers.

School District of Hillsborough County

Summer 2011

Wrote Hillsborough County Latin I and II MidTerm and End-of-Course exams.

Tampa, Florida

Honors and Awards

2012 SAC Award for Ancient Warfare textbook Robinson High School


Outstanding Teacher Recognition Award for Hillsborough County

Gifted Advisory Council of Hillsborough County Tampa Tribune Robinson High School

Outstanding Latin Teacher for Hillsborough County SAC Award for Classics Program texts: Suetonius Twelve Caesars


Manson Stewart Travel Award for travel to the annual Classical Association of the Middle West and Souths meeting



Joseph J. Deiss Memorial Scholarship for summer study in Rome Vergilian Summer Abroad Travel Scholarship

University of Florida Vergilian Society


Accepted onto the Florida State University archeological excavation at San Venanzo, Italy *Note* The offer had to be declined due to a family illness

Florida State University

Turn Your Head and Look the Other Way: Romes Military Policy Regarding Gallic Headhunting within the Legions, As Seen in Livy and Caesar. This paper was presented at the April, 2006 annual CAMWS meeting in Gainesville, Fl. Psychological Warfare or Simply Iratissimus: Caesars Conflict with the Morini and Menapii and the Subsequent Deforestation in B.G. 3.28-29. This paper was presented at the April, 2004 annual meeting of CAMWS in St. Louis, MO. Publius Sextius Baculus: Caesars Toughest Centurion and His Role in the Bellum Gallicum. Paper presented at the April, 2003 annual CAMWS meeting in Lexington, KY.

Dont Lose Your Head: The Consul C. Claudius Usage of Celtic Customs as Psychological Warfare Concerning the Death of Hasdrubal Barca in Livy. This paper was presented at the April, 2002 annual CAMWS meeting in Austin, TX.

The Relationship of Urbs, Oppidum, and Deditio in Livys Ab Urbe Condita. This is a revised version of my paper, The Distinction of Oppidum to Urbs in Livys Ab Urbe Condita, which was given at CAMWS in 2001. This paper was presented at University of South Floridas Classics Forum. Tampa, Fl, March 2002.

The Distinction of Oppidum to Urbs in Livys Ab Urbe Condita. Paper presented at the April, 2001 annual CAMWS meeting in Provo, UT.

The Etymology of the Latin Oppidum. Paper presented at University of South Floridas Classics Forum. Tampa, Fl, March 2000.

An Analysis of the Causes of the First Punic War. Paper presented at University of South Floridas Classics Forum. Tampa, Fl, April 1999.

Awaiting Publication
Ancient Warfare: From the Iliad to the Battle of Cynoscephalae, 1184 to 197 B.C.

In Progress
The Evolution of the Roman Army Up to the Time of Caesar: an AP

Gods, Gladiators and Emperors: A Survey of Ancient Greeces Heroes and

Roman Decadence A Comparison of the Portrayal of Hannibal Barca by Livy, Jordanes, and Paul the Deacon

Professional Associations

Florida Junior Classical League (2003-Present) Florida Foreign Language Association (2002-Present) American Classical League (2002-Present) Classical Association of the Middle West and South (2000-2007) Vergilian Society (2000-2006)

Additional Information

Robinson High School took 1st place in Region VII Latin Competition Highest program growth in Hillsborough County Fall 2010: Created the annual Mr. Julius Caesar competition Spring 2010: Host sponsor for Region VII Latin Forum Spring 2009: Host sponsor for Region VII Latin Forum Spring 2003 to Present: Sponsor for the annual Latin State Forum and Regional Latin Forum competitions Summer 2001: Attended the Vergilian Summer Workshop at University of Florida Latin tutor o Fall 2000 for Oak Hall Middle School, Gainesville, Fl. o Spring 2000 for Berkeley Preparatory School, Tampa, Fl.

Overseas Travel


Led student group to Italy, Greece and Turkey Rome, Pompeii, Sorrento, Italy; Olympia, Epidaurus, Mycenae, Tolo, Delphi, Athens, Mykonos, Patmos, Santorini; Ephesus, Turkey



Personal trip to Italy, Greece and Turkey Rome, Taormina and Mt. Etna (Sicily); Athens, Cape Sounion; Ephesus, Didyma, Miletus, Turkey; Heraklion, Knossos, Crete



Led student group to Italy Rome, Ostia, Naples, Pompeii, Capri, Sorrento

EF Tours


Led student group to Italy and Greece Rome, Pompeii, Sorrento, Italy; Delphi, Athens, Mykonos, Patmos, Rhodes; Ephesus, Turkey

EF Tours


Vergilian Society trip to Italy Rome, Naples, Paestum, Pompeii, Ischia, Herculaneum, Cumae, Capua

Vergilian Society


Personal trip to Italy Rome, Montecompatri, Naples, Pompeii, Capri, Sorrento, Cumae



Miscellaneous travel London, Bath, Stonehenge, Trowbridge, Chester, England; Edinburgh, Scotland; Lucerne, Zurich, Switzerland