Teachers use technology, games to revive Latin lessons

10/1/2010 | Portland Press Herald (Maine)

Two Maine high-school teachers are sparking students' interest in Latin and increasing enrollment -- in part by using technology to liven up their lessons. The teachers refer to the "optimum learning trifecta," where lessons engage students intellectually, emotionally and personally through the use of netbooks, interactive whiteboards, games and group work.

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