National Council for the Social Studies
             -- Archaeology Exhibit Booth Flier

 


Fish Hook, circa 1830’s
Ponton Site, Michigan Frontier
(Photo by: Scott Beld, courtesy of Chippewa Nature Center and the Oxbow Archaeology Group)


“Archaeology is a great hook for engaging students in order to teach them social studies content and skills.”

George Brauer, Social Studies Educator
Baltimore County Public Schools

Come talk with archaeologists
and learn about archaeological resources useful
for your Social Studies instruction

PROJECT ARCHAEOLOGY

The SOCIETY FOR AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGY

The SOCIETY FOR HISTORICAL ARCHAEOLOGY

Exhibit Hall: Booth  #853

While at the conference, consider attending these archaeology presentations:

#86

Archaeology and Critical Thinking
Pre-Conference Clinic
Thursday, 1:00pm-4:00pm

#334

Using Archaeology to Teach Diversity
Audience: Middle/Jr. High
Friday, 12:30pm-1:30pm

#336

Adventures In Archaeology: Digging Into the Past With Elementary Students
Audience: Elementary
Saturday, 8:00am-9:00am

#312

Culture and Diversity in the Classroom: An Archaeological Approach
Audience: General
Saturday, 9:15am-10:15am

#1195

Archaeology Entices Students
Saturday, 9:15am-11:15 am

#339

Archaeology in the Social Studies: Helping Students Understand Chronology
Sunday, 8am-9am