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Sunday, June 26 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
1E rebus novis conandis: using one-on-one technology in a Latin classroom

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Bring your Latin classroom into the 21st century by trying new things in technology. In this workshop we will cover how one-on-one technology can be used in your classroom. We will cover teacher websites, self-grading quizzes and fun online reviews. We will also look at applications and websites that allow students to produce Latin in fun and innovative ways. All the methods can be accessed using an iPad or computer. Attendees will view examples and participate in online examples.

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Brandy Henricks-Marson

Flint Hill School

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Adam Sales

Latin Teacher, Flower Mound High School
I grew up in north Texas, and I attended Texas Tech University. I have taught Latin at Flower Mound High School for eleven years, with students actively involved in the Texas State and National Junior Classical League. With my school district's emphasis on technology, specifically 1:X iPad use, I've worked toward innovative teaching built on the time-honored foundation of classical pedagogy.
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Melisande Santos

Latin teacher/World Lang Dept Chair, Marcus HS
I grew up in North Carolina. I attended the University of North Carolina and University of North Texas. I have been teaching Latin at Marcus HS for 24 years. My students are actively involved in the area and state Junior Classical League competitions, as well as chapter events. | Our school district has a 1:X program where each student is provided with an iPad, as well as has access to MacBooks. This has allowed everyone in the district to... Read More →

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Sunday June 26, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm
UTC Room 4.112

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