2014 National Archaeology Educator’s Conference
Project Archaeology presents: Best Practices in Archaeology Education.
Project Archaeology holds an annual conference each fall for our Coordinators and Master Teachers. This year, in honor of our 25th anniversary, we are starting the first National Archaeology Educator’s Conference. Now the conference will be expanded to include all archaeology educators including archaeologists, museum educators, teachers, students, and anyone else interested in archaeology education!
The conference provides professional development through sessions, workshops, and field trips; presents opportunities for networking and mentorships; and connects conference attendees with high-quality educational materials.
October 27 – 31, 2014
Crow Canyon Archaeological Center
You can now register online for the conference! Registration deadline: September 15, 2014.
Win a visit by an archaeologist to your classroom!
We want to hear how you use archaeology in your classroom, or a time when you took your students to an historic place or archaeological site.
The teacher with the best story wins a classroom visit by an archaeologist and the award-winning Investigating Shelter guide with cross-curricular lessons that teach cultural understanding!!!
Bonus! Every teacher who enters gets a FREE sample lesson and the school with the most entries wins an archaeology professional development workshop! More information.
Project Archaeology uses archaeological inquiry to foster understanding of past and present cultures; improve social studies and science education; and enhance citizenship education to help preserve our archaeological legacy.
“Discovery is nothing more than observing what is already there.”
By Sarah Miller, Florida Public Archaeology Network and Florida State Coordinator Project Archaeology first came to Florida in 2006 when I was hired as Director of the Northeast Regional Center for the Florida Public Archaeology Network. As part of th …
Jeanne Moe, BLM Project Archaeology Lead, demonstrates how archaeology can help teachers implement the Common Core State Standards. Archaeology. The word alone is fascinating and immediately brings images of far-off lands, fabulous artifacts, and anci …
There is a lot we can learn from the people who first lived here. A profound story. A story of family. Archaeological discoveries have a way of igniting our curiosity and connecting us to our own humanity. The discovery of an 18 – 24 month old boy bur …
We have heard the proverb “It takes a village to raise a child”. Stated another way, it takes collaboration to raise a child. Taking it one step farther, it takes collaboration to raise a child’s archaeological literacy! The Project Archaeology progr …