National Archaeology Educator’s Conference 2016
Back to Basics: Education 101 for Archaeologists & Archaeology 101 for Educators
Historic Colonial Williamsburg, VA
October 10 – 14, 2016
We invite anyone interested in archaeology education to attend! 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.
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.”
Interview with Greg Smith, an archaeologist who excavated the St. Augustine Light Station Archaeologists study artifacts and other types of evidence from an archaeological site. Why was examining the bottles so important at the St. Augustine Light Stat …
Meet Mrs. Wilma Daniels, A Descendant of a Lighthouse Keeper at the St. Augustine Light Station From Investigating a Light Station, Part One: Geography and Part Two: History Meet Wilma Daniels and her daughter, Donna Poole, who are descendants of St. A …
From Investigating a Light Station, Part 2: History A lighthouse is a tower with a bright light on the top. It helps warn sailors of dangerous areas and serves as a navigational aid that helps to keep ships and boats safe. A light station includes the …