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アクティブな学びのための考古学

Archaeology to Delight and Instruct : Active Learning in the University Classroom

(One World Archaeology Series ; : v. 49)

Burke, Heather (EDT)   Smith, Claire (EDT)

Left Coast Pr 2007/03
288 p. ill., maps ; 24 cm.   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781598742565
装丁違いISBN: 1598742574
KCN: 1004038250
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DDC: 930.1071
KDC: A310 考古学・先史学
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Seeking alternatives to the formal lecture format, the various contributions seek better ways of communicating the complexities of human behavior and of engaging students in active learning about the past.

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Presents interesting ways of teaching archaeological concepts and processes to college and university students. Seeking alternatives to the formal lecture format, this book seeks better ways of communicating the complexities of human behavior and of engaging students in active learning about the past.
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Table of Contents

* Lectures As Usual? Teaching Archaeology For FunClaire Smith And Heather Burke* Role Play* Seven Degrees Of Archaeology, Or Diverse Ways Of Interpreting The PastHeather Burke And Claire Smith* The Great Debate: Archaeology, Repatriation And NationalismMorag Kersel* Games* Grasp, Or Happy Families, The Archaeological WayGail Higginbottom* The Skin Game: Teaching To Redress Stereotypes Of Indigenous PeopleClaire Smith And Heather Burke* The Big Dig: Theoretically SpeakingGail Higginbottom* Simulations* The Game Of Context: Teaching The History Of Archaeology Without Foregone ConclusionsJohn Carman* The Simulated Excavation: An Alternative To Archaeological Site DestructionBradley F. Bowman And Glenna Dean* Digging Your Own Grave: Generic Skills From An Archaeological SimulationClive Orton* Hands-On Activities* Playing With Ochre: Some Problems Associated With The Analysis Of Indigenous Rock MarkingsMichael Diplock And Abigail Stein* Perspectives From A Pot: Introducing Archaeological Theory Through Visual InterpretationMelinda Leach* Culture Of LitterbugsM. Jay Stottman, Sarah E. Miller and A. Gwynn Henderson* Toilets As Tools Of TeachingH. Martin Wobst* Simple Ideas To Teach Big Concepts: 'Excavating' and Analysing The Professor's Desk Drawer and WastebasketLarry J. Zimmerman* Creative Construction and Performance* The Draw-An-Archaeologist Test: Eliciting Student's Ideas About ArchaeologySusan D. Renoe* Using The Fictional Tale As A Learning ToolCaryn M. Berg* Telling Stories About The Past: Archaeology And Museum InterpretationJane Lydon* Scenarios For Archaeologists: A Teaching ToolMitch Allen* Critical Reflection* The Scrapbook Exercise: Teaching Archaeology Of Death As Critical ThinkingPatricia Rubertone* Brain CandyK. Anne Pyburn