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Monday, June 27 • 9:00am - 10:00am
4A Get to Know The Classical Outlook, Your ACL Journal

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This session is intended for anyone who is interested in learning more about The Classical Outlook, ACL's own journal. Led by the new CO editor, the session will give an overview of the journal, will solicit informal feedback on various aspects of the journal, and will provide essential information about writing for publication (something teachers without this training may particularly appreciate). Current ACL members should get to know their journal and can have important input as the new editor takes the journal to its next stage. Some members of the new Editorial Board will likely be on hand as well.


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avatar for Ronnie Ancona

Ronnie Ancona

Editor, The Classical Outlook, Hunter College and CUNY Graduate Center

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avatar for Kathleen Durkin

Kathleen Durkin

Classical Association of the Atlantic States, Garden City High School
Latin, Latin pedagogy, Classics, Classical education, Jeopardy!
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Christine Hahn

Latin/Technology, Archbishop Hoban High School
ON TECHNOLOGY/SOCIAL MEDIA: Used properly, it can be a tool to enhance both Latin learning and life in general. However, without vision and purpose, it's just another distraction from everything wonderful and good. Innovation is going to happen, it's just a question of whether you think teachers should rail against it, lead the way, or be lemmings. | | ON THE PEDAGOGY WARS: Every approach has its benefits and drawbacks. My students have... Read More →
avatar for Bruce McMenomy

Bruce McMenomy

Instructor, Principal, Scholars Online
I've been teaching Latin, Greek, literature (classical and other), and history online since 1993. In both Latin and Greek, but also in literature courses in English, my chief goal is mastery of the language, and an understanding of how an author means what he or she means. To that end, I wrote Syntactical Mechanics, which was published by the University of Oklahoma in 2014. | | My B.A. is from Pomona College in Claremont, CA; at UCLA I got as... Read More →
avatar for Teresa Ramsby

Teresa Ramsby

Associate Professor of Classics, UMass Amherst



Monday June 27, 2016 9:00am - 10:00am
San Jacinto Center Room 204

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