The course, called “Project Archaeology:
The four-day course includes a full set of the Project Archaeology curriculum materials, which helps teachers engage students in scientific methods and historical inquiry.
Teachers will learn to help students use archaeological concepts as they investigate an archaeological tipi site using primary data sources such as maps, artifact illustrations, historic photographs, and oral histories.
The curriculum helps teachers fulfill many core requirements in social studies, science, mathematics, language arts, and art, as well as Montana’s Indian Education for All.
For more information or to register, visit MSU Extended University at http://btc.montana.edu/
The course is listed under “Education, Curriculum and Instruction.”
A similar Project Archaeology course is held in Virginia City in August.
Scholarships are available for the course. For more information, or to apply for a scholarship contact Crystal Alegria at (406) 994-6925 or email at email@example.com
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