Welcome to CIRCE 3.0
Classical subjects have a special place in the European Secondary School curriculum, though in many countries they face an uncertain future.
Our common European heritage is founded on shared linguistic and cultural roots, so it is most important for us to support these studies by forward-thinking methodology.
What is CIRCE 3.0
CIRCE 3.0 is the long awaited follow-up to the very successful European CIRCE project funded under the Socrates Comenius Programme with its consecutive yearly European in-service training courses from 2006 to 2013 in different European countries in classical locations such as Rome, Oxford, Barcelona and Aquileia (IT).
The goal of CIRCE 3.0
The CIRCE 3.0 project supports Classics teachers who want to teach creatively using internet technology.
CIRCE aims to equip them with the knowledge and the materials they need by developing a website of ideas and resources together with in-service training courses and other professionalization activities.
CIRCE 3.0 is the awaited follow-up to the successful European CIRCE project
Discover more about European CIRCE projectAbout CIRCE
Documented cases of actual classroom practice written by teachers for teachers
By Teachers For Teachers
From different cultural contextsQuick Ideas
Software and general apps you can use in language and history lessons
Latin and Greek
Teaching classics with technologySoftware
Why are we teaching classics with computers and mobile devices?
ICT for Classics
The use of ICT can simplify a task and address learning in a unique wayTeaching
A selection of the most popular web resources available for teaching
From the WWW
Online Teaching &Read over!
We are keen to get feedback from people who have tried out our activities
For those of you interested in contributing an activity to the websiteJoin us!
This project was realized with the support of the Alexis Liénard Fonds, managed by the King Baudouin Foundation
(project number: 20140620 – 111523025)
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