Saturday and Sunday, January 5-6, 2019, 8:30am-2:30 pm both days

 

Engage your students in archaeological thinking as they apply the tools of scientific inquiry to the investigation of nutrition. Get ideas for hands-on classroom activities that will guide students to trace the shift from hunting and gathering to the development of agriculture in the ancient world. Explore the connection of food diversity and human health.

Program highlights:

  • Cross-disciplinary hands-on classroom activities
  • Presentation by Oriental Institute scholars on food production 
  • Teaching practicum

Cost: The Institute is entirely FREE for selected applicants from any K-12 school, with a preference for CPS schools on the South Side of Chicago. Meals, and the curriculum guidebook Project Archaeology: Investigating Nutritionwill be provided as will the associated curriculum guidebook, including Project Archaeology: Investigating Shelter, and Investigating a Neolithic Dwelling at Jarmo. Attendees are responsible for their transportation to the Oriental Institute and lodging, if applicable.

Benefits: Upon completion of the program, participants will be certified to teach all Project Archaeology curricula to their peers through workshops, institutes, and job-embedded mentoring.

Please e-mail oi-education@uchicago.edu to register your interest. 

The 2018 program is in collaboration with Project Archaeology and is generously supported by Whole Kids Foundation

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E-mail oi-education@uchicago.edu for more information or to register

Application Deadline December 28, 2018

 

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