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Molendinarius's Blog – March 2008 Archive (2)

"hybrid class" that incorporated instructional technology with in-class lectures scored a letter-grade higher on average

The following article caught my eye, as it fits in very much with the ethos of what elatin egreek is trying to achieve - the use of technology in support of lessons.



I teach one Jewish studies class, and obtained very high marks last year, by doing pretty much what is described in the article below: I kept a blog summarising each week's lesson. Student work was posted online on a website, so the students could see each other's work ( after it was due, of course), and I made a… Continue

Added by Molendinarius on March 29, 2008 at 7:19pm — No Comments

Latin Podcasting – An Exercise in Outreach This article outlines the origins of the ‘Latinum’ podcast, and its associated support websites, ‘Schola’ (A safe place to write in Latin), and ‘Imaginum V…

Latin Podcasting – An Exercise in Outreach



This article outlines the origins of the ‘Latinum’ podcast, and its associated support websites, ‘Schola’ (A safe place to write in Latin), and ‘Imaginum Vocabularium Latinum’ (A visual vocabulary).

Latinum originated in March 2007, with a few reading’s from Fenton’s “A Child’s First Latin Book’. At this stage, Google’s first scan of Georger Adler’s ‘lost’ textbook for Spoken Latin had not appeared on Google Books. This comprehensive… Continue

Added by Molendinarius on March 20, 2008 at 5:56am — No Comments

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