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Laptop schools and text-only materials

Is there still a need for printed textbooks and ancillaries for Latin for those schools that have made the move to all-tablet or all-laptop…

Started by Andrew Reinhard

3 Jul 30, 2007
Reply by Jerard S. White

Oral Latin in Chicago — slightly off-topic

Let's have a Latin day! If you'd like, you can come with. We'll meet at noon at the Lincoln Park Zoo (2100 N. Clark Street in Chicago, www…

Started by Peter Sipes

2 Jul 18, 2007
Reply by Peter Sipes

Meet-up at NCJL?

I will be representing Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers at NJCL in Knoxville from July 26-28. The booth hours are brief, so I will have time af…

Started by Andrew Reinhard

0 Jul 10, 2007

Classroom Technology Horror Stories

Two weeks ago eClassics featured a discussion on success stories in using technology in the classroom. Blogs, podcasts, an on-line communit…

Started by Andrew Reinhard

2 Jun 30, 2007
Reply by Andrew Reinhard

Archaeologists as language teachers

Many, many archaeology professors in the U.S. are expected to teach one or two Latin and/or Greek classes each semester in conjunction with…

Started by Andrew Reinhard

0 Jun 10, 2007

Collins vs. Wheelock?

I was wondering what the consensus was on this. Thoughts?

Started by MortuumMundo

1 Jun 4, 2007
Reply by rick lafleur

Virtual Worlds and Latin/Greek

Have any of you explored the potential of using virtual worlds like Second Life as a supplement to classroom instruction for Latin, Greek,…

Started by Andrew Reinhard

5 May 27, 2007
Reply by Andrew Reinhard

Actual classroom technology use

I'm winding down my classes for the school year. Maybe it's different for me because I work with home-schoolers, but I'm curious what you a…

Started by Peter Sipes

0 May 24, 2007

eLearning SIG at ACL in June?

As I write this, someone has just become the site's 2000th visitor. We're up to 23 members, too, and I'm wondering if we shouldn't have som…

Started by Andrew Reinhard

0 May 22, 2007

Digital Wheelock -- A Needs Assessment

At Medieval Congress at Kalamazoo, I spoke with an overwhelming number of teachers and students who are using Wheelock's Latin (as opposed…

Started by Andrew Reinhard

3 May 22, 2007
Reply by rick lafleur




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