|When:||Back to Calendar June 16, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm||Where:||Jeffers Petroglyphs
27160 Co Rd 2
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Discover artistic expression in the archaeological record! Minnesota Project Archaeology is offering a K-12 teacher workshop June 16th at Jeffers Petroglyphs. The cost of the workshop includes books and lunch. You can earn 8 CEUs toward renewing your teaching license.
Amid the prairie grasses are islands of uncovered rock, where American Indian ancestors left carvings — petroglyphs — humans, deer, elk, buffalo, turtles, thunderbirds, atlatls, and arrows. They tell a story that spans more than 7,000 years. Come visit Jeffers Petroglyphs!
- Discover the past through evidence from a rock art site.
- Transform perceptions of the past and culture through studying archaeological sites.
- Think like archaeologists as you apply the tools of scientific inquiry to the investigation of the past, art, and culture.
- Teach cross-curricular, inquiry-based methods for social studies and art.
- Experience instruction with Project Archaeology’s award-winning curricula, master teachers, and archaeologists.
- Observe, record, and interpret Jeffers Petroglyphs
- Bring Project Archaeology back to your classroom to share what you have learned with your students.
For more information contact the instructor, Courtney Agenten, firstname.lastname@example.org and 507.344.7727. Reserve your spot early! Registration closes June 1, 2018.Investigate Archaeology and Rock Art Agenda (54 downloads)
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