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Classics and Teaching

1. Professional Organizations: 2. Employment Resources: 3. State Licensure: 4. Continuing Education: 5. Electronic Materials and Resources for the Classroom: 6. Traditional Resources and Ideas for the Classroom:
7. Special Funding Opportunities for Prospective Latin Educators: 8. A Sample of Texts about Pedagogical Theory, Classroom Management and Developing an Educational Philosophy:
  • Anderson, Lorin W. and Krathwohl, David. A taxonomy for learning, teaching, and assessing : a revision of Bloom's taxonomy of educational objectives (Longman 2001). LB17 .T29 2001
  • Breindel, R. De Discendi Natura: Learning Styles in the Teaching of Latin (American Classical League 2005).
  • Dickey, Eleanor. Learning Latin the Ancient Way (Cambridge University Press 2016).
  • Gardner, Howard. Frames of mind : the theory of multiple intelligences [with a new introduction by the author] (BasicBooks 1993).
    BF431 .G244 1993
  • Gardner, Howard. Five Minds for the Future (The Harvard Business School Press 2009).
  • Gruber-Miller, John. When Dead Tongues Speak: Teaching Beginning Greek and Latin (American Philological Association 2006). PA74 .W47 2006
  • Jones, Fred. Tools for Teaching, 2nd ed. (Fredric H. Jones & Associates 2007).*
  • Joyal, Mark et al., ed. Greek and Roman education: a sourcebook (Routledge 2009).
    LA71 .J69 2009
  • LaFleur, Richard A. Latin for the 21st Century (Scott Foresman 1998).PA2065.U5 L37 1998
  • Lemov, Doug. Teach Like a Champion 2.0, 2nd ed. (Jossey-Bass 2014).
  • Solodow, Joseph B. Latin Alive: The Survival of Latin in English and the Romance Languages (Cambridge University Press 2010). PA2057 .S65 2010.
  • Too, Yun Lee, ed. Education in Greek and Roman Antiquity (Brill 2001). LA71 .E38 2001
  • Wong, Harry and Rosemary Wong. First Days of School (Harry K. Wong Publications 2009).*

*Video version available to stream from Tisch Library.


For further information please contact the coordinator of the M.A. in Classics plus Teacher Licensure Program, Susan E. Setnik