Archaeology and education: from primary school to university
Archaeopress, 2006 - Social Science - 105 pages
This volume represents the proceedings (with later additions) of a session held at the EAA Congress, Lyon, in September 2004. The session looked at continuing exchanges between educators and archaeologists, discussing, among other topics, how programmes are successfully organized and viewed in different countries. Papers in French and English.
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The educationnal value of Archaeology
Students as searchers creators and critics of knowledge
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