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‘Digging in the Dirt? I Can Do That!’ Archaeology in Middle Level Education (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Andrew R Beaupre.

With the increasing concentration in American archaeology on public education and outreach, archeologists are being asked to adapt educational programs to a number of different audiences. Perhaps the most critical of these is the middle schooler. Trapped between the basic skill development of primary school and the content heavy standards of high school, the contentious liminality of middle level education is combined with the turbulent years of adolescence to create an audience starved for...

Quiatenon-Kethtippecanunk Study Group: An Experiment in Public-Oriented Archaeology (1990)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Neal L. Trubowitz.

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