The Classical Journal Online Forum
CJ's Forum explores practical pedagogical questions about teaching Latin and Greek in high school, college and university settings.
Books Available for On-Line Forum Review
The CJ Forum Online will publish book reviews through the CJ-List Serve and post them on this website. Books, translations and textbooks of pedagogical interest currently offered for review can be found at the bottom of Books Received lists posted here. Reviewers should first consult the Reviewer Guidelines before contacting the Forum Editor, Jeanne Neumann (email@example.com) to request a book for review. Include preferred mailing address.
Forum Online Exclusive 2008.03.03
The following piece has been fully refereed and edited, and appears as a CJ Forum Online Exclusive. Hyperlinks embedded in the PDF article are functional when displayed using Adobe Acrobat.
Andrew Reinhard, "From Slate to Tablet PC: Using New Technologies to Teach and Learn Latin and Greek", CJ Forum Online 2008.03.03
The following Forum articles and reviews have appeared in recent issues of CJ, and are available here as PDF files.
Emily Blanchard West: Making Assessment Work for Us (107.1 2011)
Editor's Note: Emily West, in the preceding article, presents some practical approaches for addressing assessment, a growing presence on college campuses. Because this is such a timely discussion of a topic to which we will all need to pay increasing attention, CJ invites thoughtful responses to Dr. West's article. Such responses should be contributions to our greater ability to address assessment at our own institutions and especially in our own departments and classes.
Please log on to http://camws.org/CJ/forum_article.php?file=West.pdf if you would like to respond to this article.
Clayton Miles Lehmann and Nelson Canfield Stone "Greece from the Sea: An Interdisciplinary, Intercollegiate Adventure in Teaching and Learning", 105.2 (2009/10) 163-73
Lynne A. Kvapil, "Teaching Archaeological Pragmatism through Problem-Based Learning", 105.1 (2009) 45-52
Appendix A Appendix B Appendix C
Jeremy M. Walker -Latin Via Ostia", 105.1 (2009) 53-5
Andreas Willi "Whose is Macedon, Whose is Alexander?", 105.1 (2009) 59-64 [orig. CJ Online Forum 2009.07.02]
David T. Fletcher, "Whatever Happened to Claudius Claudianus? A Pedagogical Proposition", 104.3 (2009) 259-73
Nigel Nicholson, "A Century of the Classical Association of the Pacific Northwest", 104.2 (2008/09) 165-74
Jeanne Marie Neumann, "A Poem in Other Words is a Language Lesson", 104.1 (2008) 63-71
Emily B. West, "‘Now Pass Your Paper to Your Neighbor...’: A Disrespected, Under-Utilized and Highly Effective Teaching Strategy", 104.1 (2008) 59-62
Carl A. Anderson and T. Keith Dix, "‘Reacting to the Past’ and the Classics Curriculum: Rome in 44 BCE", 103.4 (2008) 449-55
Daniel N. Erickson, "Practical Ways of Saving a Classics Program: A Report From the Front", 103.3 (2008) 301-6Online Comparatio: New Program Evaluation. Part 1, Part 2, Part 3.
Keyne Cheshire, "Numeration in Campbell's Greek Lyric Poetry (With an Online Comparatio)", 103.2 (2007/08) 195-200Online Comparatio: Numerorum Tabulae for Campbell's Greek Lyric Poetry
Wilfred E. Major, "On Not Teaching Greek", 103.1 (2007) 93-8
Jeanne Marie Neumann, "Colloquia Familiaria Hodierna: Erasmus Etiamnunc Latine Docet", 102.3 (2007) 269-78
D. and C.A. Ingemark, "Teaching Ancient Folklore", 102.3 (2007) 279-89
Rebecca R. Harrison, "A Structural Arrangement of Text to Facilitate Reading", 102.3 (2007) 291-303
G. Anthony Gorry, "On Still Not Knowing Greek", 102.2 (2006/07) 155-8
P. Jesse Rine, "Facilitating Contextualization Through Active Learning: A Model for the Beginning Latin Classroom", 102.2 (2006/07) 159-65
Sue Ann Moore, "They Can When Shown How", 102.2 (2006/07) 167-71
Marianthe Colakis and Mattew J. Lind, "A Response to Rob Hardy", 102.1 (2006) 63-6
Ronnie Ancona, "Teaching Latin, Teaching Kids", 102.1 (2006) 67-8
Wes Baden, "Play and Learning in the Classroom: Confessions of a Pez Dispenser", 102.1 (2006) 69-71
Ginny Lindzey, "Principles of Learning in the Middle School Latin Classroom", 102.1 (2006) 73-80
Rob Hardy, "Response from Rob Hardy", 102.1 (2006) 81-2
Elizabeth H. Sutherland, Forum Review of The Poems of Catullus: A Bilingual Edition, CJ 102.2 (2006/07) 173-5
Additional articles and information on Latin pedagogy in particular are
- The American Classical League
- Latinteach Resource Guide
- National Committee for Greek and Latin
- University of Kentucky Division of Classics site: