CALICO Journal, Vol 18, No 2 (2001)

Roles for Technology in Collaborative Teaching

Susan Bonvallet, Judith de Luce
Issued Date: 7 Aug 2014

Abstract


A collaborative upper level Latin literature course taught at a secondary school and a university used a variety of technologies, including the virtual reality environment of a MOO and e-mail. The design of this course on Plautus' Aulularia 'Pot of Gold' is discussed, including the objectives and learning goals as well as sample collaborative assignments. In assessing the course and its effectiveness, the article below argues that informed use of technology can facilitate collaboration between instructors and students at different levels.

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DOI: 10.1558/cj.v18i2.295-303

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