A Webinar of the National Committee for Latin and Greek (NCLG)
On September 28, 2015, at 6:30 p.m., the NCLG will present this webinar. Students are becoming ever more adept with using technology, and, as teachers, we can find ways to use technology in our classes in way that engages students and promotes effective learning. Some of the free online tools that we will go over include Google documents, dictionaries, blogs, screencasts, videos, commentaries, texts, grammar reviews, and vocabulary reviews. We will focus on how to use each type of online tool in the context of the Latin literature classroom.
The presenter is Maureen Lamb, a teacher at Westminster School in Simsbury, CT. She studied Classics at College of the Holy Cross, and received her M.Ed. in Latin from UNC Greensboro. She has been teaching Latin for nine years, and has also taught Latin and Mythology courses and tutored online. Maureen has presented at ACL, CANE, the AP Annual Conference, the Westminster School Teaching Symposium, and the UNC Greensboro Graduate Student Symposium, and will be presenting at Classical Association of Connecticut and Connecticut Council of Language Teachers this year. She is passionate about finding new and better ways to teach, including enhancing teaching with technology and incorporating differentiated instruction.
There is no fee for participation in this webinar; to register contact firstname.lastname@example.org.