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Jan 30, 2009
Robertus Patricius commented on Robertus Patricius's blog post Ninging in the Latin Classroom
"Justin, I second Laura's suggestions. Steve was very responsive to my request for help in making my nings ad free. Honestly, I am not telling my admins about my ning. I will find the right time and place to SHOW them one. It seems to me the…"
Jan 30, 2009
Laura Gibbs commented on Robertus Patricius's blog post Ninging in the Latin Classroom
"Wow, Justin, that is so frustrating about your school's decision. Have you contacted Steve Hargadon to see if he has any ideas that could help you, or talked to any of the folks at Ning? (There is a HUGE community of folks over at the…"
Jan 29, 2009
Iustus Viator (Justin Bailey) commented on Robertus Patricius's blog post Ninging in the Latin Classroom
"I, too, am excited about the possibilities for using ning in the classroom, and was one of the first to join SCHOLA (schola.ning.com). I used SCHOLA and eclassics quite a bit in my classes last year; alas, this year, ning has been added to our…"
Jan 28, 2009
Laura Gibbs commented on Robertus Patricius's blog post Ninging in the Latin Classroom
"Bob, thank you for taking the time to write and share this VERY informative post. I am so glad you are having a good experience with your Ning. It is at the heart of what I do with my online college courses, and it is so exciting to hear that they…"
Jan 28, 2009
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Jan 28, 2009
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Ninging in the Latin Classroom

Ninging in the Latin ClassroomBob Patrick, NBCT-LatinParkview High SchoolLilburn, GAUnder the extremely good guidance of Laura Gibbs, I decided over the Winter Holidays to set up a Ning for my AP Vergil Class and for my Latin 3-Honors class which is beginning a venture into Roman Comedy which will stretch into their Latin 4 year. I had heretofore used Blogs with my upper level students in AP Latin Lit and Vergil to have students do their essay writing. Sometimes our blogging would be…See More
Jan 28, 2009

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Hometown/Institution:
Parkview High School
Role in the Classics Classroom (real or virtual):
teacher
About Me:
I've been teaching Latin and sometimes Greek for 20 years with degrees in Biblical Literature and Theology. Currently writing dissertation for PhD in Latin at the University of Florida, Latin and Roman Studies. Strong interests also in language pedagogy and active use of Latin in the classroom.
My Website:
http://mygrove.us
Favorite on-line spots for the Classics:
Latin-Best Practices Yahoo Group:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/latin-bestpractices
Best/worst computer-related classroom happening:
I am using Nings with my advanced students this semester. They really like it.

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Ninging in the Latin Classroom

Ninging in the Latin Classroom

Bob Patrick, NBCT-Latin

Parkview High School

Lilburn, GA



Under the extremely good guidance of Laura Gibbs, I decided over the Winter Holidays to set up a Ning for my AP Vergil Class and for my Latin 3-Honors class which is beginning a venture into Roman Comedy which will stretch into their Latin 4 year. I had heretofore used Blogs with my upper level students in AP Latin Lit and Vergil to have students do their essay writing. Sometimes… Continue

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