Field Opportunities for Teachers

 

In this section, one will find resources related to opportunities for educators to improve their credentials and add experience to their resume.

 

 

 

Organization: AskERIC

Desctription: A PDF which lists out summer opportunities for teachers to either increase their knowledge about other disciplines such as archaeology, or to add to their credentials.

Age group or class level: Teachers

How I Spent My Summer: Amazing Opportunities for Teachers (PDF)

 

 

 

Organization: Crow Canyon Archaeological Center

Description: A continuing education course which is a five-week archaeological field school in which teachers will learn the techniques of archaeological site identification and recording, excavation and basic artifact processing and analyses. This field school is located in the Mesa Verde region of southwestern Colorado.

Age group or class level: College students/Teachers

ANTH 279: Archaeological Field School Syllabus (PDF)

 

 

 

Organization: Crow Canyon Archaeological Center

Description: Brochure with information about an archaeology day tour.

Age group or class level: Teachers and students ages 10 on up.

Archaeology Day Tour (PDF)

 

 

 

Organization: Crow Canyon Archaeological Center

Description: Discover the origins of Pueblo Indian culture in southwestern Colorado. Work alongside professional archaeologists in the field and laboratory, contributing to Crow Canyon's ongoing research into the ancestral Pueblo Indians of the Mesa Verde region.

Age group or class level: Teachers

Archaeology Research Program (PDF)

 

 

 

Organization: Crow Canyon Archaeological Center

Description: Work with ancient artifacts recovered from a Crow Canyon excavation site--and help preserve important heritage.

Age group or class level: Teachers

Archaeology Lab Program (PDF)