Teaching Classical Languages Symposium 2020 – Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Teaching Classical Languages Symposium 2020 – Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Teaching Classical Languages Symposium 2020

Teaching Classical Languages Symposium 2020

The Teaching Classical Languages symposium is a forum in which instructors share their experiences teaching Latin and Ancient Greek. Speakers from several Australian universities and NSW secondary schools will reveal their insights into pedagogies, strategies, and more. A particular focus is how recent events have inspired teachers into re-thinking how best to teach ancient languages, both online and offline.

Speakers

  • Dr James H.K.O. Chong-Gossard, University of Melbourne
  • Ass. Prof. Trevor Evans, Macquarie
  • Dr. Sarah Lawrence, University of New England
  • Dr. Estelle Stradvins, University of Queensland
  • Dr. Jonathan Wallis, University of Tasmania
  • Ms. Caroline Brehaut, Kambala School
  • Mr. Anthony Gibbins, Sydney Grammar School
  • Ms. Louella Perrett, St. Ignatius’ College Riverview
  • Mr. Lance Shortus, Blacktown Girls High School

This symposium is hosted by the department of Classics & Ancient History University of Sydney, the Centre for Classical and Near-Eastern Studies University of Sydney, and the Classical Languages Teachers Association of NSW. For further information, please contact Tamara Neal, t.neal@sydney.edu.au

We look forward to welcoming all teachers and students of Latin and Ancient Greek to this symposium.

Date: 14th August 2020

Time: 9.00am-12.00pm

NESA Accreditation

Completing the Teaching Classical Languages – Online Symposium 2020 will contribute 3hrs of NESA registered PD addressing 3.3.2, 5.1.2, 6.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

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Where
On Zoom

Please click here to register.

 

The Department of Classics and Ancient History is part of the School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry (SOPHI).

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