Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Registration open for 2012 Teacher Workshop

Project Archaeology: Investigating Shelter
April 20, 2012
St. Gaudens National Historic Site
Cornish, NH

Learn how the exciting field of archaeology can bring history, art, language, mathematics, social studies, and scientific inquiry to your classroom while meeting state and national educational standards. All participants will receive a full set of the Project Archaeology curriculum materials to take home.

Introducing the new national curriculum guide, Project Archaeology: Investigating Shelter
Built on the Understanding by Design curriculum model, Project Archaeology: Investigating Shelter is a complete archaeological investigation of a shelter site through nine lessons and a final performance of understanding. Students learn the fundamentals of archaeological inquiry and conduct their own investigation of an archaeological site through maps, artifact drawings, oral histories, and historic photographs

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