Teaching Classics with Technology

Teaching Classics with Technology

Hunt, Steven; Natoli, Professor Bartolo

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Contents List of Figures Editors and Contributors Foreword Kenneth Kitchell, independent scholar, USA Acknowledgements Introduction Bartolo Natoli, Randolph-Macon College, USA and Steven Hunt, University of Cambridge, UK Part I Blended and Distance Models 1 Flipping Romans: experiments in using technology for teaching in higher education Kate Gilliver, Cardiff University, UK 2 Auream quisquis mediocritatem diligit: The Joyful Learning Community Model for Learning Latin Online Justin Schwamm, independent scholar, USA 3 Distance Learning Latin Verity Walden, independent scholar, UK 4 Making IT Count: Measuring Student Engagement with Online Latin Resources at the Open University Mair Lloyd, independent scholar, UK and James Robson, Open University, UK 5 VLW, Latin Literature, and Student Voice Elizabeth Lewis, independent scholar, UK 6 Going Digital: The Principles behind CyberCaesar Alan Chadwick, independent scholar, UK 7 Una Vita: Exploring the Relationship between Play, Learning Science, and Cultural Competency Stephen Slota, University of Connecticut, USA and Kevin Ballestrini, independent scholar, USA Part II Classics without Language: Literature, Culture, and Outreach Models 8 Using Virtual Learning Environments for Classics Outreach Emma Searle, independent scholar, UK 9 From Research on Roman History into Cartoons and Outreach to UK Schools Ray Laurence, Macquarie University, Australia 10 Vase Animations and Primary-Aged Learners Sonya Nevin, independent scholar, UK 11 Sketchup and digital modelling for Classics Matthew Nicholls, University of Reading, UK 12 iPad Technology and the Classics Classroom Caron Downes, independent scholar, UK 13 Just-in-time learning: Using handheld voting devices in the undergraduate lecture room Helen Lovatt, University of Nottingham, UK 14 Teaching the Geography of the Ancient World Scott Arcenas, Dartmouth College, USA Part III Using Technology in the Ancient Language Classroom 15 Bridging the Gap between Students and Antiquity: Language Acquisition Videos with Minecraft and CI/TPRS Jessie Craft, independent scholar, USA 16 On Stage and Screen: 'Big Book' Latin and Dialogic Teaching Steven Hunt, University of Cambridge, UK 17 Using Annotations in Google Docs to Foster Authentic Classics Learning Roger Travis, University of Connecticut, USA 18 Project-Based Learning, Technology, and the Advanced Language Classroom Bartolo Natoli, Randolph-Macon College, USA 19 In the Classroom with Multi-Modal Teaching Lisa Hay, independent scholar, UK Appendix I Glossary of terms Appendix II Comparison of UK and US Educational Systems Index
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