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Rethinking an archaeological organization's educational programs through Montessori eyes

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Published on Mar 31, 2014

2014 AMS Annual Conference - Kathleen Mullin Stemmler, EdD: Poster available at http://amshq.org/Publications-and-Res...

Crow Canyon Archaeological Center is dedicated to understanding, teaching, and helping to preserve the rich history of the Ancestral Pueblo people of the American Southwest. Using the lens of archaeology, our educational programs provide an interdisciplinary, experiential framework to ignite students' imagination about the human past while using the Mesa Verde region as our palette. Montessori teachers, parents and students have stepped out of their classrooms to work alongside our educators and archaeologists in this spectacular landscape as part of their field trip experience. The purpose of this research is to gain a more thorough understanding of the Montessori approach will inform praxis at Crow Canyon resulting in an improved collaboration and program for both educational organizations. It may also have implications for other non-profit and community-based programs who work with Montessori schools.

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