Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Latin Teacher Needed - Long Island

The Green Vale School, an independent nursery-9 school in Old Brookville, Long Island, has a paternity leave replacement opening beginning in approximately mid January for four weeks.
The position is part-time, for grades 7 and 8, Monday through Thursday.

Please contact World Languages Department Chair Barbara Juhel at bjuhel@greenvaleschool.org
Thank you.

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Meo Animo

At October's Annual Institute, participants were asked a series of "coffee break questions" which were posted around the coffee service. The answers have been collected here for you reference, use and enjoyment. Feel free to make additions to the list in the comments section below.

Sunday, November 9, 2014

Electronic Latin Dictionaries

Linda Emanuel shared some "reviews" from a UK Latin listserv regarding a variety of electronic Latin dictionaries. There are several which are available as an iOS (iPod/iPad/iPhone) app:

http://latinipadapps.com/latin-dictionaries-for-ipad

Alternatively there are also some which are web-based:

http://www.instantlatin.com
http://logeion.uchicago.edu


Two Latin Immersion Experiences for Summer 2015

Not only teachers, who may wish to develop their ability use Latin actively and extempore in the classroom to augment whatever teaching methods they prefer to use, but anyone at all devoted to Latin, such as professors, graduate students, and those who read Latin for personal enrichment, can benefit from both of these week-long seminars, which are exclusively aimed at helping those who take part to acquire a more instinctive and active command of the Latin language.

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Annual Institute Update

The 51st Annual Institute was a resounding success! In celebration of 50 years of CAES, over 50 CAES members attended this year's conference. At the banquet Professor Emeritus Donald Mills gave a wonderful address outlining the history of CAES and many of the regional affiliates across the state. After, CAES Vice President Ellyn Bibik asked our members to share with the group what inspired us to become Latin teachers. Many attendees stepped up to the podium and shared the story of their journey to this rich and rewarding vocation.

The workshops were well attended, and many presenters have made their materials available on our website. Click this link to browse the workshop files:  http://goo.gl/Il5HO3

If you were unable to attend, please know that you were missed. We hope that you will take this moment to mark your calendar with the dates of the 52nd Annual Institute: October 23-25, 2015. We will be meeting at the Crowne Plaza in Syracuse, and our board and Institute committee are all ready preparing things.

In the meantime, if you are looking for ways to contribute to, and support CAES, please consider:


Thank you for your continued interest in and support of the only professional organization dedicated to the teaching and sharing of Latin and the Classics in New York State!