NJCL Announcements

List of available webinars in April, as well as recorded sessions

check back as more are added!

Author: Sherwin Little/Thursday, March 19, 2020/Categories: ACL, NJCL, ETC

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UPCOMING LIVE STREAM SESSIONS:

Sunday, 4/5, 11:00 am-12:00 pm EST (note:  different time and for adults)

Deification of the Emperor, with Darius Arya, a Roman archaeologist. Please register here!
 

Monday, 4/6, 2:00-3:00 pm EST

Register here!
Bridge Movie Talk,  Join us for a live stream SPOKEN LATIN session and movie viewing experience using the animated short Bridge led by
John Bracey, Latin teacher and author. Please register here!
 

Tuesday, 4/7/20, 2:00-3:00pm EST

Bathe like a Roman, a live stream STEM session with Nathalie Roy, certified nerd Latin and Roman Technology Teacher. Join in for a short lesson on the technology of the ancient Roman THERMAE (baths), and then experience it for yourself as she leads you through the bathing process. And don't worry - no nudity will be used in this presentation. Please register here.  N.B. Students who want to join in the live experience, should acquire the following items ahead of time!

 

Wednesday, 4/8/20,  12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EST (note:  different time)

Life as a Kid in Ancient Rome with Darius Arya, a Roman archaeologist in Rome. Please register here!

 

Thursday, 4/9/20,  2:00-3:00pm EST 

Roman Clothing, a live stream session with Rachel Ash, Latin teacher and costume designer.  Join us for a short lesson on the Roman clothing, and then experience it for yourself as she leads you through creating your own ancient clothing! Please register here.  N.B. Students who want to join in the live experience, should acquire the following items ahead of time!

 

Friday, 4/10/20, 2:00-3:00pm EST

Gaming with Mageesh, a live game experience with Magistra! Could be Gimkit, Kahoot, or Goosechase!?!?! Game information will be posted here

 

​PAST LIVE STREAM SESSIONS: *recordings will be posted when available shortly after session

                  3/18/20 How the Ancient Romans Lived with Darius Arya, a Roman archaeologist in Rome. Previously recorded seminars can be watched here.

3/19/20 The Odyssey, a live stream musical performance with Joe Goodkin, a modern bard; view the recorded The Odyssey session here.

3/20/20 Gaming with Mageesh, a live online gaming event using the Gimkit platform.

3/22/20 Plagues in Ancient Rome, a live stream session with Darius Arya, a Roman archaeologist in Rome. Previously recorded seminars can be watched here.

3/23/20 The Roman Soldier, a live stream session with Richard Campbell, a member of Legio XX and Roman soldier reenactor; view the recorded Roman soldier session.

3/24/20 Latin and Minecraft, a live stream session with Magister Jessie Craft, Latin teacher and Minecraft educator; view the recorded Minecraft session.

3/25/20 Life as a Kid in Ancient Rome, a live stream session with Darius Arya, a Roman archaeologist in Rome. 

3/26/20 Latin Yoga, exercise your mind and body, a live stream session with Skye Shirley, Latin educator, speaker and Classicist; view the recorded Latin Yoga session.

3/27/20 Latin and Legos, a live stream session with Anthony Gibbons, Latin teacher, and Lego educator; view the recorded Latin and Legos session.

3/29/20  The Lives of Augustus, with Darius Arya, a Roman archaeologist in Rome. Previously recorded seminars can be watched here.

3/30/20 The People of the Piso-verse, a live stream session with Lance Piantaggini, creator of the Piso-verse, a series of stories related to a Roman boy named Piso, and        author of 17 Latin novellas.

3/31/20 Build a Catapult, a live stream Ancient Roman STEM session with Nathalie Roy, certified nerd Latin and Roman Technology Teacher.

4/1/20  April Fool's Day - Pranks and Jokes in Ancient Rome, with Darius Arya, a Roman archaeologist in Rome. Previously recorded seminars can be watched here.

4/2/20 A Hero's Journey, a live stream session with Caroline Lawrence, author of the Roman mysteries series.

4/3/20  Gaming with Magistra,  Link to game session will be posted here.

 

 

 

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