NCLG news is now included in the ACL and SCS newsletters.  Please go here for the ACL newsletter and here for the SCS blog.

 

Contributions to the NCLG's section of the winter issue of the ACL Newsletter are due by December 1 for the winter issue, March 1 for the spring issue, and August 1 for the fall issue. For best results, submit text in MS Word and photos in jpeg format. Let's exchange news of current trends and promotional strategies to help keep our profession strong.

 

The ACL Newsletter now appears in electronic format, rather than as a mailed journal. The purpose of the NCLG's section of the newsletter is to help teachers of Latin, Greek ,and Classics stay at the forefront of the language teaching profession with news of timely professional issues, language policy, and pending legislation. It publicizes promotional projects of individuals and groups that help strengthen the position of classical studies in the schools and universities. Articles about Latin in the news are also welcome. This section will offer brief, timely, and useful information to teachers at all levels of instruction.  News of professoinal issues and reports or updates on promotional projects of the NCLG and its member organizations are welcome. Promotional efforts by individual teachers or schools or new ways to reach out to the community are also worthy of inclusion in this section of the Newsletter.

 

Teachers and newsletter editors of classical organizations are welcome to reprint any notice, article or news item from the NCLG News section that is not designated as copyrited material. Mention of the NCLG as the source of the item would be appreciated.

 

Nick Young, Editor

 

From ACL 2012 at UNLV:
 
 
 
 

Here is another Animoto presentation created by Zee Ann Poerio, Chair, Committee for Latin in Elementary Schools, after this year's ACL Institute--it is so lovely!  Here is another Animoto presentation created by Zee Ann focusing on the wonderful GigiPan image which she created with NCLG funding.