Christy Pritchard to Lead Workshop at National Council for Social Studies 2012 Meeting

Christy Pritchard, of our Elizabethtown, Kentucky office, will lead a workshop at the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) during the 2012 NCSS Conference in Seattle, Washington.  This conference is attended by approximately 8,000 social studies educators, state coordinators, and curriculum developers from across the country.

Ms. Pritchard’s workshop will present resources to educators that will assist them in teaching archaeology in the classroom, and she will also discuss how to utilize current state and national social studies standards to make direct correlations to archaeological studies.  This will be her second presentation at an NCSS annual conference.

Ms. Pritchard is presenting her workshop on behalf of the Archaeology Education Clearinghouse, which is a joint effort by the Society for American Archaeology (SAA), the Society for Historic Archaeology (SHA), and the American Institute of Archaeology (AIA).  She sits on the education committees of both the SAA and AIA, and is pleased to return to the conference this year.

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