Tag: blogs

Object-based learning

There's something about handling an artifact or experiencing an ancient building during class that really unleashes a student's latent curiosity. In Cincinnati, I loved to use coin replicas from the University of Cincinnati Classics Department's study collection during class or in outreach presentations about ancient coins. Students were more engaged and asked a lot of questions … Continue reading Object-based learning

New Feature: Links

I am very thankful for various teaching and Classics resources throughout the internet: websites with collections of images and 3-D reconstructions, websites with collections of ancient texts and translations, or blogs about all things Classics. I've collected many of these resources under the heading Links above.  Enjoy and use them as much as I have! And please … Continue reading New Feature: Links