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Liberating Classics: teaching innovation and creativity in the 21st century - 21/09/2018, London (En


FECHA/DATE/DATA: 21/09/2018

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Department of Greek & Latin, UCL Gordon House (London, England)

ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Antony Makrinos

INFO: web - a.makrinos@ucl.ac.uk

INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE: gratis / free / gratuito

Inscripción online / registration online / registrazione online

PROGRAMA/PROGRAM/PROGRAMMA:

9.00-10.00 Registration


10.00-10.15 Introduction – Antony Makrinos


10:15-11.45 – Session 1 - Teaching Ancient Languages: methodology

Antony Makrinos (UCL) / Federica Micucci (UCL) – “Object-Based Learning: Teaching Greek with the mummies at the Petrie Museum“

Nicolò Benzi (UCL) – “E-learning: An introduction on teaching Latin”

Dimitra Kokkini (Birkbeck): “An introduction on teaching Greek”


11.45-12:00 Coffee break


12:00-1:00 Session 2 – Research based education and student participation

Christine Plastow (OU): “student-staff partnerships and research-based teaching and learning in Classics”

Manuela Irarrazabal Eliott (UCL): “Widening student participation and engagement in Classics”


1.00-2.00 Lunch


2.00-3.00 Session 3 – Teaching Classics in Museums and Libraries

Antonio Cartolano (Goldsmiths): “Teaching Classics in museums”

Cristian Ispir (British Library): “Teaching Classics the medieval way: manuscripts from the British Library”


3.00-3.15 Coffee break


3.15-4.45 Session 4 – providing support for PGTAs

Nick Grindle (UCL ARENA) – How the UCL Arena Centre can help you survive the first chapters of your teaching odyssey

Suzanne Trau (UCL Library) – "UCL Library: supporting students and staff in teaching and research”


Robbie Macaulay (UCL): “How not to destroy your Departmental Manager”

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