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Project Archaeology is a national heritage education program designed to provide teachers with the tools they need to educate young Americans about our nation's cultural heritage. It 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.
Project Archaeology is a comprehensive archaeology and heritage education program for everyone interested in learning or teaching about our nation’s rich cultural legacy and protecting it for future generations to learn from and enjoy. Project Archaeology includes publications, professional development for educators, networking opportunities, and continuing support for participants. Using an innovative hands-on approach to history, the program teaches scientific inquiry, citizenship, personal ethics understanding. It 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.
Project Archaeology teaches four enduring understandings:
Its target audience is upper elementary through secondary teachers and their students; museum docents, youth group leaders, and heritage site interpreters; and parents and citizens.
Graduates of Project Archaeology workshops and online courses continue their professional development through printed updates, networking opportunities, and additional learning and teaching opportunities.
Educators of all kinds may attend our workshops, but workshop size is limited to 20 participants. Attendees are responsible for their own lodging. To reserve a spot for yourself at an upcoming Kentucky Project Archaeology workshop, or for more information about Project Archaeology in Kentucky, contact State Coordinator Karen Stevens (email@example.com).
Kentucky Project Archaeology History
Project Archaeology Investigating Shelter
Other Noteworthy Events in Kentucky Project Archaeology History
Intrigue of the Past Workshops
What Workshop Participants Are Saying
Looking to the Future
Sponsors of Kentucky Project Archaeology Workshops
Kentucky Teacher: Old Dwellings Bring New Understanding of World
Kentucky Teacher: Dig It Teachers Use Archaeology to bring other subjects to life, September 2010, Page 10
Kentucky Teacher: Archaeology Workshops Unearth Teaching Ideas October 1999, page 13
Loving the Gorge to Death
Experimental Archaeology Making Cordage
Seeds In a Privy Activity
Prehistoric Kentucky Cave Art
KERA - Kentucky Learning Goals Achieved in Intrique of the Past
Project Archaeology - Investigating Shelter