The University of Sydney is delighted to host a second symposium on Teaching Classical Languages.
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.
FECHA / DATE/DATA: 04/08/2020
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: This online event is being hosted by the Department of Classics & Ancient History University of Sydney, the Centre for Classical and Near Eastern Studies Australia (CCANESA), and the Classical Language Teachers Association of NSW (CLTA).
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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