This is an old revision of CommunityArchaeologyandSchools from 2009-07-15 11:51:45.Involving Schools in Community Archaeology Projects
Dr Robert Isherwood, BEd, BA(Hons), MA, Ph D. The author worked as a teacher for over twenty years before retraining as an archaeologist. He has recently completed a Ph D at Manchester University∞, which examined the practice of community archaeology in the United Kingdom. He has also worked as an educational archaeologist on a number of community archaeology projects.
This posting in the Community Archaeology Forum is intended to provide practical advice for organisers of community archaeology projects who may be considering the inclusion of school groups within their projects. Follow the links below to view each section.
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- Why Involve Schools in Community Archaeology Projects?
- The benefits to schools of involvement in community archaeology projects
- Making contact and establishing a relationship
- Effective Practice – Things to Avoid
- Effective Practice – Tried and Tested Approaches
- Some Issues of Practice
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