Tag: identity

Anti-racism resources

Throughout the month of June 2020, following the death of George Floyd from police brutality and amid the accompanying global outcry, many calls to action, articles, and resources encouraging inclusion and antiracism flooded the internet and social media--almost too many to sift through at once. I've made my way through some of the resources that … Continue reading Anti-racism resources

Towards a more inclusive, safer space in Latin and Classics classes

This past school year, I struggled to include as much about ancient Roman culture and history as I would have liked. When I did include elements of Roman culture, my thoughts were often guided by my earlier reflections about Classics as a field. During the 2016-17 school year, especially as a result of teaching modern … Continue reading Towards a more inclusive, safer space in Latin and Classics classes

T. H. M. Gellar-Goad’s “How Learning Works in the Greek and Latin Classroom” Blog Posts

In June 2014, T. H. N. Gellar-Goad began a seven part series of blog posts for the Society of Classical Studies. These posts took the insights from How Learning Works by Susan Ambrose et al. and discussed how to apply these ideas┬áto teaching Latin and Greek. The last post of the series was in July … Continue reading T. H. M. Gellar-Goad’s “How Learning Works in the Greek and Latin Classroom” Blog Posts