Share Your Ideas on Amicitia

Just a reminded that not only can you read up on the latest trends here on our blog for the American Classical League’s Technology Committee, but you can also share your ideas with us in a more interactive format. If you click on the “Forum” button on the menu above, you will be redirected to Amicitia, the social network here on Romae.org.

You can create an account and join in any of the public groups. Search for our group, the American Classical League Technology Committee (or just click on the Forum link as mentioned earlier). Once you are there, you can start topics in the forum of the group or participate in the ongoing discussions there.

We hope to be adding more features to our group area on Amicitia as the Romae project continues to grow. So, not only can you leave comments and contribute to the discussions of the articles posted here on the site, but you can also start or continue conversations in our group discussion area on the Amicitia social network.

About Magister Ricard

John has been teaching Latin at the secondary level since 2007. Starting the Latin program at Somerset Academy in 2009, he has now moved on to another home founding the Latin program at the Pine Crest School. He has taught all levels of Latin from Middle School courses to AP Latin using a wide-range of approaches.

John also is the Social Sciences and Humanities Department Chair at Pine Crest and currently teaches AP Art History and has served as a reader for 3 years now. He also has taught AP European History and AP World History, among many other social sciences courses. He is also the founder of Romae.org, RicardAcademy.info, and AFireKindled.com.