Posted on August 23, 2016 by SARIC
Hands-On Culture: Archaeology in the Classroom
Teacher Workshop at the USA Archaeology Museum, October 22, 10am-12pm
Explore how archaeology can enhance your classroom experience and keep your students coming back for more. We’ll cover the basics of archaeology through an interactive exhibit floor tour and engaging hands-on activities - developed using nationally acclaimed Project Archaeology materials - you can take back to the classroom. Learn how to seamlessly integrate science with literacy, mathematics, social studies and history through this hands on exploration of past and present cultures using archaeological inquiry.
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