Today’s Feature Post is by Ruth Breindel, Classics Teacher at Moses Brown School in Providence, RI and CANE’s current Treasurer. ——————————————————- Textbooks make a big
Ancient coins and money are great ways to tie in curriculum goals and interests in broader themes of art, propaganda, history, and government. Even Latin
Recently on the Facebook group “Latin Teacher Idea Exchange” there has been a lively discussion about whether a public school teacher should teach passages from
It’s that time of year. Shadows are lengthening, the air is growing colder, and unknown monsters are lurking about. Soon neighborhoods will be filled with
It’s the beginning of August and, if you’re like me, you’re starting (however reluctantly) to play with lesson ideas and new techniques for your toolbox.
Today’s guest post is from Michael Hoffman, who is just about to finish his first year teaching in Groton-Dunstable Regional High School in Massachusetts. I