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Pedagogy and Practical Tips for Teaching Online
For many of us, the school year has begun, and with it yet another awkward foray into the world online teaching. Whether you’re feeling utterly lost, completely in control, or somewhere in the middle, please join us on Saturday, September 12, from 9-10am for a meeting to share and discuss best virtual practices.
This conversation will be lead by Anna Pisarello and Tom Hendrickson, two premiere Latin teachers at Stanford Online High School. Anna and Tom have recently co-authored an article on creating an online classroom community and will share with us their years of experience successfully teaching online.
To sign up, please send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For security reasons, only those who have RSVP'd will be admitted from the Zoom waiting room. A Zoom link will be sent closer to the meeting date.
VIRTUAL ACL Institute
The ACL will be hosting its summer institute virtually this year. A Virtual Institute offers a flexible format and schedule that provides a variety of ways to participate. Participants have the option of attending pre-recorded and/or live sessions, not to mention online discussions on a variety of pedagogical and professional topics.
Dates: June 22-26
Cost: $25, or pay what you can.
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SPRING CONFERENCE CANCELED
In December 2015, San Francisco State University's (SFSU) Department of Classics completed its first initiation ceremony into
Eta Sigma Phi, Honorary Society for Classical Studies. Now recognized as the Iota Phi Chapter of Eta Sigma Phi, SFSU just completed its third initiation ceremony in December 2016, welcoming 11 new members into the chapter, which totals 36 members in just three semesters as an active chapter. The Iota Phi Chapter consists of both undergraduates and graduates enrolled not only as Classics majors, but also as History, Philosophy, and Biology majors, who are passionate about the study of Latin and Greek.
Kimberly Paton, Prytanis
Sarah Mabie, Chrysophylax