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Browsing AnthroNotes by Subject "Education"

Browsing AnthroNotes by Subject "Education"

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  • Erickson, Paul (1991)
    Interim report assesses the state of precollege anthropology and the place of anthropology in pre-service teacher training.
  • Peacock, James L. (1998)
    James Peacock, past president of the American Anthropological Association, discusses what he sees as the future for anthropology in the new millennium.
  • Selig, Ruth O. (2006)
    'AnthroNotes' editor Selig summarizes the origins and evolution of 'AnthroNotes,' a publication of the Smithsonian Department of Anthropology.
  • Njenga, Ann; Manthi, Frederick Kyalo (2007)
    Kenyan educator Njenga and Dr. Manthi of the National Museum of Kenya examine difficulties faced by Kenyan educators, as well as their American counterparts, when teaching human prehistory and evolution to precollege students.
  • Selig, Ruth O.; Lanouette, JoAnne; Kaupp, Ann P. (1979)
    Introduction to the scope and purpose of 'AnthroNotes.'
  • Christensen, Bonnie (1996)
    Mississippi Valley Archaeology Center at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse conducts archaeological research and runs the Archaeology in Education Program for precollege educators.
  • Cazden, Courtney B. (2011)
    A retired Harvard educator's account of her life-long involvement researching the intersection of social class, cultural differences, and early childhood language development.
  • Kaupp, P. Ann; Selig, Ruth O. (2012)
    Selig and Kaupp, two Smithsonian long-time co-editors of 'AnthroNotes,' briefly describe the Anthropology Outreach Office (1975-2012) and its purpose to promote the public understanding of anthropology. This article was ...
  • Messenger, Phyllis; Halvorsen, Joel; Kraemer, Kathy (1996)
    Perspectives from 3 experts--an archaeologist, a computer specialist, and an educator--provide insights about using computer-based opportunities to study Central American history and culture.
  • Epstein, Paul (1983)
    Anthropologist discusses his dissertation research on adolescence conducted while teaching anthropology at a Montessori middle and high school.
  • DeVoe, Pamela A. (1991)
    How anthropological training can help teachers and school personnel understand the many factors influencing the school experience of refugee children.
  • Abell, Richard P. (1984)
    High school anthropology teacher describes his course that uses a dig site to teach how to make and test inferences based on evidence.
  • Hines, Robert P.; Ring Jr., William A. (1987)
    Collaboration between high school social studies teachers, their students, and professional archaeologists yields opportunities for student participation in a real-life dig in Maryland.
  • Selig, Ruth O.; Brooks, Alison S.; Kaupp, P. Ann; Lanouette, JoAnne, eds. (1984)
    Summary of how former participants in the GWU/Smithsonian Institution 'Anthropology for Teachers' program incorporate anthropology into their teaching.
  • Selig, Ruth O.; Lanouette, JoAnne; Kaupp, P. Ann (1979)
    Teachers describe ways they have woven anthropology into their existing curricula.
  • Wagner, Melinda Bollar; La Lone, Mary B. (1994)
    Two collaborative ethnographic projects emphasize the experiential: in the first, college students produce an ABC book for elementary students, and the second enables anthropology students to apply classroom learning to ...
  • Williams, Brett (1987)
    One teacher's innovative fine arts instruction leads to insights about the migration connection between rural African American families in the Carolinas and in Washington, D. C.
  • Selig, Ruth O. (1981)
    Washington, D. C. teachers and Smithsonian anthropologists and educators join forces with the American Anthropological Association at 1980 AAA annual meeting.
  • Selig, Ruth O., ed. (2000)
    Several different lesson strategies involve students in studying family folklore in their own homes and communities; suitable for upper elementary through college.
  • Selig, Ruth O.; Kaupp, P. Ann (2001)
    The American Anthropological Association through its establishment of the Anthropology Education Commission hoped to foster integration of anthropological concepts, methods, and issues into education from pre-K through ...

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