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Browsing AnthroNotes by Subject "Teacher Resources"

Browsing AnthroNotes by Subject "Teacher Resources"

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  • Padwe, Alice (1983)
    Author Jean Auel's creative view of how Neanderthals interacted with Cro Magnons as compared to approaches taken by other authors.
  • Brooks, Alison S. (2004)
    'AnthroNotes' editor Alison Brooks describes an AAAS program designed to facilitate between scientific and religious communities; resources listed at the end can provide interesting topics for classroom debate.
  • Shalinsky, Audrey (2002)
    Written to help teachers and students in 2002 discuss aspects of Afghan history and culture; anthropologist Shalinsky did fieldwork there in the mid-1970s.
  • Kaupp, P. Ann (2005)
    List of vendors offering anthropological films; includes contact information for obtaining catalogs and accessing websites.
  • 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.
  • Williams, Martha; Chatelain, Edward R. (1980)
    Positive benefits gained by high school students participating in summer archaeological field program.
  • 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.
  • Wolfe, Mary Anne (1981)
    Unit plan presents contrasting accounts as a way to develop students' critical thinking skills; focus on Yanomamo culture.
  • Cohen, Mark (1995)
    Standardized tests can readily be shown as culture-bound; they often test cultural awareness, not intelligence.
  • Troy, Lana (2012)
    Egyptologist Troy explains the 2 basic ways that ancient Egyptian events, sites, and artifacts are dated: historical period and absolute year date according to the modern calendar; a reference chronology follows the article.
  • Selig, Ruth O.; Lanouette, JoAnne; Kaupp, Ann P. (1979)
    Introduction to the scope and purpose of 'AnthroNotes.'
  • Krech, Shepard III (2004)
    Examines competing historical stereotypes of North American indigenous peoples, namely, the Noble Indian, particularly the Ecological Indian, vs. the Ignoble Indian; related online resources available from the Smithsonian ...
  • Selig, Ruth O.; Peterson, Anna (2004)
    Sample lesson plan suitable for grades 7-12 that uses an updated article from 'Anthropology Explored, 2nd ed.'; see original article, Winter 1990, vol. 12:1, by Robert S. Laughlin and Kathleen Bragdon.
  • Davis, M. Elaine (2003)
    Based on Davis' work at Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, this article examines various perspectives on questions of realness and authenticity pertaining to archaeological sites and artifacts.
  • Higgins, Patricia J. (1989)
    The shift in focus from the study of women to the study of gender, a concept comparable to kinship, economics, and politics; examines effect of cultural bias in earlier feminist studies. ,
  • Dittemore, Margaret R. (2001)
    Annotated bibliography of online sites offering a wealth of information for teaching about North American Indians.
  • Epstein, Paul (1983)
    Anthropologist discusses his dissertation research on adolescence conducted while teaching anthropology at a Montessori middle and high school.
  • Peacock, James L. (2008)
    Updating an earlier article ('AnthroNotes' Spring 1998, 20: 1), anthropologist Peacock explores changes in the field of anthropology in the years since the first article and comments on the challenges and opportunities ...
  • Overbey, Mary Margaret (2007)
    Website, educational materials, and a traveling museum exhibit convey a comprehensive and integrative story about race and human variation; suitable for middle-school age children through adults.

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