Don't worry! You're not forgotten! There is beginning to be some serious interest in teaching Ancient Greek for acquisition as well. Generally the same organizations and tools apply, but you will want to be aware of the stuff below especially.
- Ancient Greek - Comprehensible Input (FB): This is where I send everyone I meet who wants to do active Ancient Greek. Join it, or if you don't do FB, get in touch with me and I'll connect you to people.
- Bill's Late Nite Ancient Greek Chat: A brand new Facebook group for people interested in practicing their spoken Greek! There will be weekly chats (time still TBD) and also they're doing some chatting in text on the group itself. Novices not only welcome but frankly expected!
- Ancient Greek Best Practices: A message board for teaching AG communicatively.
- The Paideia Institute: Paideia offers lots of active Ancient Greek stuff, and modern too actually. Check out their Telepaideia courses and also Living Greek in Greece. There are also always and increasingly Greek sessions at Living Latin in NYC.
- Polis Institute Jerusalem: Polis has a textbook aimed at active Ancient Greek, as well as a number of academic & summer programs. They also do workshops and lectures sometimes, including at LLiNYC. I believe they mostly work in Koine and for sound pedagogical reasons.
- Conventiculum Graecum 2017 at the University of Kentucky: A new thing this year! To be held July 12-19, 2017. Stephen Hill of UKY is the organizer, and Christophe Rico of the Polis Institute will also attend.
- Active Greek Institute 2017: A summer intensive program in active Ancient Greek held in June 11-30 2017 at Bridgewater State University (MA), brought to you by the Polis Institute, the Classical Association of Massachusetts, and UMass Boston Classics. If there is space they're willing to take people for just one or two pro-rated weeks if preferable. Organizers include Christophe Rico of the Polis Institute, and from UMass Boston James Dobreff and Diane Anderson.
- Living Greek in Greece 2017: A Paideia Institute program to be held August 5-20.
Audio & Video
- Barbarismoi: Alexander Veronensis' new podcast! It's listed and uploaded along with the Latin Sermones Raedarii so just follow the same feed.
- Podium-Arts: a YouTube channel with readings.
- Polis Audio & Video: Video, audio of St. John's Gospel, audio to go along with their textbook, Polis.
- Rogelio Toledo YouTube channel: This man does videos in Ancient Greek too, including several of actual classes.
- Μα Τον Δια: a version of Abba's Mamma Mia in Ancient Greek. I don't know how good the Greek is, but it's fun.
- Conversational Ancient Greek Cheat Sheet: Collaborative document started by Bill Linney.
- Ancient Greek Phrasebook: Abusa Nitz' phrasebook, also a collaborative document. Includes classroom vocabulary as well.
- Typing in Greek: Whether you have a PC or a Mac, you can type in Greek without downloading special fonts. This guide is from ten plus years ago but it still more or less applies. The Smith College Classics Department paid the author to write this, btw, so it's thanks to them that it's out there.