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|Title:||Global Perspectives on Archaeological Field Schools|
|Description:||This book is designed to help all those involved in the particular endeavor of fi eld school teaching and learning to gain most from the contributors’ personal experiences. All of us started as novices, and we are now at varied stages of our careers, having progressed through levels of responsibility to now manage projects that combine teaching and learning with primary research (Chap. 13 ). The chapters, all written by experienced fi eld school directors, examine particular emphases and approaches, lessons, and warnings that are important for all those involved in fi eld teaching. At fi rst reading, the chapters may seem more relevant to those planning to direct their fi rst fi eld school, or those wishing to develop new aspects of a fi eld school program, and this is certainly one intention. The book, however, is also to be of value to potential students considering attending their fi rst fi eld school, and graduate students who have been asked to assist as a junior staff member on a fi eld school team. Discussions of pedagogy should be of interest to the taught as well as the teachers|
|Appears in Collections:||Archeology and Heritage Management|
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