Thursday, March 23, 2017

Latin Vacancy - Commack High School, Long Island

Commack High School, Long Island, NY seeks a part-time teacher of Latin (2 periods).
Tenure track position for dual certification in Latin and French.
Strong support to grow a successful full-time Latin program.
Position available immediately.

LauraAnne Weiss
World Languages Coordinator
Commack Schools
CHS: 631-912-2157
CMS: 631-858-3547

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Teach the Teachers Summer 2017

Tufts University Boston MA August 14-16th, 2017

The Perseids Project in conjunction with the Department of Classics at Tufts University is calling for participants in the second Teach the Teachers workshop.

This three-day workshop aims to explore the uses of digital tools in a classroom setting. Treebanking and Translation Alignments will be the main focus of the workshop, as well as different techniques for integrating them into classrooms at all levels.

Funding will be provided for travel and lodgings in the Boston area. Applications for attendance will be accepted until May 1st.

For additional information on how to apply, please visit this page on the Perseids website:

Latin Teacher Vacancy - Baldwinsville

The Baldwinsville Central School District is in the process of filling a probationary vacancy for Latin Grades 8-12 (Multiple LOTE certifications preferred) beginning with the 2017-2018 school year

Please Mail or Fax your cover letter and resume to:  Screening Committee, Office of Human Resources, 29 East Oneida Street, Baldwinsville, NY  13027 or FAX to 315-638-6041.  DO NOT COMPLETE AN ONLINE EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION.  Deadline ASAP.

Friday, March 17, 2017

Free Online Course - Rome: a Virtual Tour of the Ancient City

Dr. Matthew Nicholls of the University of Reading is leading a free online course on ancient Rome. The course started March 13, and runs for 5 weeks. As of today, you can still join the course and complete week 1. The course features walk-throughs of the amazing 3D Digital model of ancient Rome, circa 315 AD. While the course is free, there is the option to "upgrade" for a fee to have access to the online materials long after the course is completed, among other things.

Check out the course here:

For more information and videos, the Guardian did a nice write-up:

Thursday, March 16, 2017

NYU/Met Symposium

The NYU Center for Ancient Studies and The Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, in conjunction with The Metropolitan Museum of Art, will present a symposium on “The Age of Empires: Comparisons and Interactions between East and West in Antiquity,” on April 6, 7, & 9, 2017.  It will take place in The Met’s Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium.  This program is offered in association with the exhibition, “Age of Empires: Chinese Art of the Qin and Han Dynasties (221 B.C. - A.D. 220),” at The Met.

The full program may be viewed here:

Monday, March 6, 2017

Seeking Proposals for Workshops and Presentations for the 2017 Annual Institute

The 54th Annual Institute will be held October 27-28, 2017 at Union College in Schenectady, NY. Please consider presenting or leading a workshop at this year's conference. Whether you teach Latin to 6th graders, or Greek to university students, CAES invites you to share your expertise and passion to our institute attendees. Click the following link to submit a workshop proposal:

Thursday, March 2, 2017

AP Latin Summer Workshop - St. Joseph College, Maine

Consider coming to Maine to St. Joseph College on the shores of Sebago Lake. AP Latin calls you!

July 17-21, 2017

AP LATIN: CAESAR and Multiple Choice

Caesar's de Bello Gallico, Books 1, 4, 5, and 6 (syllabus readings) will serve as the material for the development of multiple-choice questions.  We will learn to write questions targeting the learning objectives in the Curriculum Framework, by following the specific format of the exam.  In addition to Caesar, the Framework suggests that reading at sight should be integrated into instruction. We will select from these suggested sight authors:  for prose Nepos, Cicero, Livy, and for poetry Ovid, Tibullus, Catullus, and prepare questions. The goal of the workshop is to demystify multiple choice and Section 1 of the AP Exam, look at the SAT Latin Exam format and its types of multiple-choice questions, and help each teacher leave the workshop with 1) a final project lesson (literal translation and scoring grid, an essay question, and/or a short answer question) and 2)  multiple choice passages to use throughout the coming year. Bring any texts you may have and a laptop computer.

For additional information, contact Jill Crooker,