Project Archaeology Curricula and Community Collaboration

Project Archaeology Curricula and Community Collaboration

Project Archaeology Curricula and Community Collaboration By Jeanne Moe, EdD, BLM Project Archaeology Lead, Director As Project Archaeology launches a new curriculum this week I would just like to provide a little background information on the Project Archaeology...
Investigating Painted Bluff Rock Art

Investigating Painted Bluff Rock Art

Investigating Painted Bluff Rock Art The first regional piece for Investigating Rock Art is here! Investigating Painted Bluff Rock Art guides students to discover the past through evidence from a rock art site in Alabama. Painted Bluff overlooks the calm, murky waters...
Investigating the Red Army Rock Art Panel

Investigating the Red Army Rock Art Panel

Investigating the Red Army Rock Art Panel With the release of Investigating Rock Art on April 13th, it’s a good time to look at our other curricula that supports Investigating Rock Art, and work well when taught together. Let me give you a quick overview of...
Introducing Investigating Rock Art

Introducing Investigating Rock Art

Introducing Investigating Rock Art Archaeologists study the human past, which often includes items like glass, beads, projectile points, animal bones, and tools that humans have left behind. We often forget to consider the more symbolic remains of the past –...
Network Spotlight: An Oklahoma Ambassador

Network Spotlight: An Oklahoma Ambassador

Network Spotlight: An Oklahoma Ambassador By Bekah Schields, Public Outreach Coordinator We often feature a Master Teacher or State Coordinator in our triennial newsletter, but we’re so excited about what Randy is doing in Oklahoma City that we couldn’t wait until...
New Place-Based Curriculum!

New Place-Based Curriculum!

New Place-Based Curriculum! Investigating Garnet – Project Archaeology’s Newest Place-Based Curriculum By Bekah Schields, Public Outreach Coordinator Investigating Garnet: A Historic Mining Town is the second installment in Project Archaeology’s...