Monthly Archives: November 2012

Constructivism and archaeology

I’m having fun writing an article on constructivist education theory and its place in archaeology education. There are so many cross-overs between constructivism and archaeology. Ours is an ideal subject for modern educational practice, as I argued for years when … Continue reading

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Digital engagement in archaeology

Just had a wonderful two days at our CASPAR conference on digital engagement in archaeology. Great organisation of the event by Chaira Bonacchi, Dan Pett and Lorna Richardson and others.  A lot of speakers, with really stimulating presentations. There were … Continue reading

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