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Monday, June 27 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
6D Magistrula.com & Ars Computatralis

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The first part of this talk will cover the latest updates to Magistrula.com (a Latin-language learning website). These updates include printable worksheets, searchable practice records, new content for the Charts, Forms, & Sentences exercises, and new options for setting up exercises in precisely the way you want (e.g., limiting sentences only to nouns of particular declensions).

The second part of this talk will be a light, fun coding demo, with these objectives in mind:
1) to demystify coding; it's just a thing that anyone can learn how to do if they're interested, and you don't have to learn all of it to make use of some of it
2) to give those who have never encountered code a low-impact introduction
3) to encourage and support those who might be interested in learning how to use code to create resources for the classroom
4) to promoto well-informed dialog about the place of coding in schools

LINKS:
Handout
Magistrula

Some other stuff I've made:
Artes Docendi Noun Exercise
Artes Docendi Sentence Exercise
Garrio Game


moderators
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Kathleen Durkin

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

Speakers
avatar for Anna Andresian

Anna Andresian

Frontend Engineer, AltSchool
I taught Middle and Upper School Latin for 11 years in RI, NV, CO, and NJ, then transitioned in 2014 to a career as a software developer. I currently work as a Frontend Engineer at AltSchool in San Francisco, where I get to build software products for our students & teachers. A short list of things I love: pedagogy, curriculum design, programming, historical linguistics, spoken Latin. | | In 2012, I stumbled upon a teaching tool that allowed... Read More →


Monday June 27, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm
UTC Room 4.110

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