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Intrigue of the Past:
Discovering Archaeology in Wyoming

Attention Teachers!

Wyoming Project Archaeology Teacher Workshop
(Your dates and location here!)

This workshop is scheduled for three days (21 hours total). Teachers may receive 1½ inservice credits for attending the workshop. Cost of the workshop is $25 to cover materials and handouts. The workshop is limited to 30 people.

Project Archaeology is a national educational program designed to teach America's young citizens to value and protect our nation's rich cultural heritage. The materials you will receive can easily be integrated into your current curriculum. Come and join us and learn something fun!

Project Archaeology teaches interdisciplinary lessons, such as:

  • art and communication
  • language arts and social studies
  • math and science
  • environmental awareness
  • higher level thinking skills
  • important stewardship values
  • multicultural appreciation

To sign up for or obtain more information about workshops, contact:
Ranel Capron via e-mail at Ranel_Capron@blm.gov or by telephone at 307-775-6108.