Education and the Historic Environment

Education and the Historic Environment

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by Mike Corbishley
     
 

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ISBN-10: 0415284279

ISBN-13: 9780415284271

Pub. Date: 03/02/2004

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Practical, inspiring and instructive, Education and the Historic Environment emphasizes the contribution to both education and heritage that results from a positive relationship between the two disciplines.

Education and the Historic Environment examines evidence, case studies and chapters from a wide cross section of the heritage sector and:

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Practical, inspiring and instructive, Education and the Historic Environment emphasizes the contribution to both education and heritage that results from a positive relationship between the two disciplines.

Education and the Historic Environment examines evidence, case studies and chapters from a wide cross section of the heritage sector and:

  • argues for the value of using the physical remains of the past
  • shows how and where the historic environment can be used to fit into and enhance learning
  • examines how guidelines are reinforced
  • looks at how physical heritage can not only be used to teach obvious subjects such as history, but are also useful across the curriculum, from literacy and numeracy to citizenship.

Teachers at all levels, and students, academics and professionals in archaeology and heritage management, will all be able to use the case studies to reform and enhance their work.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780415284271
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
03/02/2004
Series:
Issues in Heritage Management Series
Pages:
248
Product dimensions:
6.30(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.80(d)

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Table of Contents

List of contributors
List of figures
List of tables
List of acronyms
Foreword
Peter Stone,INTRODUCTION: EDUCATION AND THE HISTORIC ENVIRONMENT INTO THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY

PART 1: THE PRESENT STATE OF EDUCATION IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
1. Don Henson, THE EDUCATIONAL FRAMEWORK IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
2. Don Henson,ARCHAEOLOGY IN SCHOOLS
3. Tim Copeland, INTERPRETATIONS OF HISTORY: CONSTRUCTING PASTS
4. Dave Jones, ARCHAEOLOGY IN FURTHER EDUCATION
5. Yannis Hamilakis and Paul Rainbird, INTERROGATING PEDAGOGIES: ARCHAEOLOGY IN HIGHER EDUCATION6. Gary Lock,ROLLING BACK THE YEARS: LIFELONG LEARNING AND ARCHAEOLOGY IN THE UNITED KINGDOM

PART 2: NATIONAL ORGANISATIONS
7. Mike Corbishley, ENGLISH HERITAGE EDUCATION: LEARNING TO LEARN FROM THE PAST
8. Sue Mitchell, HISTORIC SCOTLAND
9. Don Henson and Fiona Davidson,THE COUNCIL FOR BRITISH ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE COUNCIL FOR SCOTTISH ARCHAEOLOGY
10. Pippa Henry, THE YOUNG ARCHAEOLOGISTS' CLUB: ITS ROLE WITHIN INFORMAL EDUCATION
11. Peter Lassey, VOCATIONAL TRAINING IN ARCHAEOLOGY

PART 3: THE EDUCATIVE ROLE OF AUDIO-VISUAL MEDIA
12. Alex West, ARCHAEOLOGY AND TELEVISION
13.Graham McElearney, THE USE OF LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY

PART 4: EXAMPLES OF GOOD PRACTICE
14. Vikki Pearson,THE LIFE AND DEATH OF AN EDUCATION SERVICE
15. Caroline Malim, ARCHAEOLOGY AND EDUCATION IN CAMBRIDGESHIRE
16. Pippa Smith, OUTREACH AT WESSEX ARCHAEOLOGY
17. Andrew Jones
USING OBJECTS: THE YORK ARCHAEOLOGICAL TRUST APPROACH
18. Dave Weldrake,ARCHAEOLOGY AT WILSDEN, WEST YORKSHIRE: A LOCAL FOCUS FOR NATIONAL CURRICULUM WORK
19.Bill Bevan, John Barnatt, Mike Dymond, Mark Edmonds and Graham McElearney, PUBLIC PREHISTORIES: ENGAGING ARCHAEOLOGY ON GARDOM'S EDGE, DERBYSHIRE
20. Damion Willcock, KILMARTIN HOUSE TRUST

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