Muntada Discover The Nurturing allowed to learn from and teach one another topics were presented including, archeology,nature, the through educational and entertaining trips and activities. http://www.muntada.org/proj1.html
Extractions: Discovering and Nurturing Gifted Children Pilot Project Introduction In 1998, The Welfare Association approached Al-Muntada with a working paper on the process of discovering and nurturing gifted children. Upon the Welfare Association's request, Al Muntada developed a detailed vision and implementation strategy and work plan of the project and began to implement the project in July of that year. In an attempt to establish a uniquely Palestinian method that incorporates universal standards for discovering and nurturing gifted children, Al Muntada formulated the vision and implementation modality based on a three pronged process. The process consisted of selecting the most promising children who prove to have above average abilities in certain aspects of their thinking processes, challenging them to become thinkers, evaluating their gained thinking skills in order to ascertain their giftedness and begin to provide the right environment to nurture that giftedness. The main objective of this pilot project was to provide a basis for the conception of a Palestinian program to discovery and nurturing of gifted children.
Spacelink - Educator Guides And Activities this NASA educational poster to teach about research Lunar Prospector's Space DayActivities This site Rocks, Reaping Rocks, Moon archeology, Lunar Landforms http://spacelink.nasa.gov/Instructional.Materials/Curriculum.Support/Space.Scien
Extractions: Where am I? NASA Spacelink Home The Library Instructional Materials Curriculum Support ... Space Science Educator Guides and Activities Space Science activities provide opportunities for students to discover scientific methods of inquiry. Resources from this area provide educators with a variety of methods to bring the Universe into the classroom and make science come alive. Exploring Meteorite Mysteries - The study of meteorites provides a unifying theme that links almost every aspect of Earth and planetary science with mathematics, physics, chemistry and even biology. This educator guide provides information and activities related to meteorites and their origins, whether it be Mars, asteroids, or the moon.
TrackStar: Search Results archeology or to landbased archeology? This track Theses sites feature lesson plans,activities, and resources to educators wanting to teach their students http://trackstar.hprtec.org/cgi-bin/search.pl/results?mode=author&user_id=77
Extractions: Enjoy a unique northern wilderness vacation. The packages offer a wide variety of adventure and learning experiences for the entire family. Choose from activities such as x-country skiing, snowshoeing, dog mushing, ice fishing, ice sculpting and snowmobiling in the winter. In the summer participate in canoeing, hiking, Dene cultural activities, swimming, fishing and plant and animal ID. Packages includes return float (ski) plane from Yellowknife, accommodations (private log cabin or a main lodge room), all meals, guiding services by an interpretive guide and/or Dene guide, use of Blachford facilities and equipment, including boats, snowshoes, ice skates, backcountry cross country skies, snowmobile, dog team rides and mushing, ice fishing equipment, hot tub, sauna and craft supplies.
IAS Projects And Activities Institute Projects and activities. at the Institute of History and archeology inEkaterinburg Institute staff members teach in the Geography and Government http://www.dartmouth.edu/~arctic/activities.html
Extractions: Dr. Andrei Golovnev is a well-known Arctic anthropologist and filmmaker and a leading expert on indigenous peoples and cultures of the Russian North. He is a Senior Anthropologist at the Institute of History and Archeology in Ekaterinburg, Russia, and founder and director of the Ethnographic Bureau, also headquartered in Ekaterinburg. He has led numerous anthropological and archeological expeditions in the Russian North, particularly studying peoples who depend on large-scale reindeer herding. Read more.... Western Arctic Herd Traditional Ecological Knowledge Home page: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~arctic/rangifer/wahtek
Activities For Kids - Topics For Teachers for those interested in archeology and history. From NASA Coloring pages, printableand online activities. Derby Puzzles designed to teach students Internet http://www.activitiesforkids.com/ResultsPage/topicsteach.asp
Extractions: Links on the Internet. Links for Teachers, Educators and Schools activities Arthur Teacher activities, and children's games and activities Bailey School Kids Teacher can find book related activities under Goulish good times. Classroom plays, rap and activities Brett From the children's author, Jan Brett. Many activities here for parents, teachers and children. Send a postcard, ABC coloring pages and more. Children's Television Network Activities for all ages. Kid City magazine. FEMA Disaster Math from FEMA - math challenge worksheets Holub Joan Holub is the author of 15 children's books and illustrator of 16. Teacher activities for some of her stories. Osborne Mary Pope Osborne - links to related topics from her books animals 500 Days to Change the World World Wildlife Federation. Countdown to the millennium with daily activities. Animal Resources From Sea World-Animal information, Key West and Wild Arctic information, printable activities and song book. Animal Tracks National Wildlife Federation-Cool tours provides information and activities for wetlands, endangered species, water and public lands. Bagheera: Endangered Species Web Site Bagheera takes a detailed look at a number of the world's endangered species, explores the Endangered Species Act, and looks at how zoos and aquariums are being utilized to preserve animals. Also includes student activities.
Sabbatical Report Summary of activities. Staff Bible Study, and Digging Up the Past archeology andthe research I have previously done, on regular courses that I teach at Knox http://www.utoronto.ca/knox/PatSabb.htm
JMCC Scout Classes Class activities (a) plaster track cast (b) collect and or certificate for IndianLore or archeology * COST FOR EMT Instructor brought in to teach the class. http://www.the-jmcc.org/ScoutClasses.htm
Extractions: Class schedule Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts and Webelos too Scouts Indian Lore Badge Class For Cost and Schedule-See Below Come and join us as we learn more about the fascinating world of the Native Americans by recreating a few of the items that were important to their cultures and survival. Learn some of their myths and legends and what they did for fun. Class Activities:
SWC Suggested Classroom Activities Classroom activities for Year of Wonders Anthropology (archeology) Research classicalarcheological sites with burials in Discuss ways to teach children about http://www.swc.cc.ca.us/~staffdev/SuggestedClassroomActivities/SuggestedClassroo
Extractions: Research one or more of these forms of punishment: stocks, cucking stool (both described on p. 194), impalement (pp.203-4). Research the harsh penalties for meetings of five or more persons for any worship other than Common Prayer (p. 98) (p. 98) Research the law that dissenting (Puritan) clergy should keep at least five miles from their old parishes so that they might not stir up differences. The Episcopal Church today has a similar rule for former priests and bishops. Interview concerning this? Anthropology (Cultural): Compare and contrast death rituals of British culture (or Western European) with those of Algerian (or Arab). Research death rituals of the English from the 1600s to the present. How have they changed? Research modern-day witchcraft (called Wicca). What do Wiccans believe? Discuss the harem as it existed in Algeria and other Arab countries. Contrast the harem with current marriage practices.
Environmental Sites In The Internet 12th grade (K12) with the background, activities and resources to teach the subject TheFirst Spanish-Tropical Forest Biology-archeology Workshop La http://nme.dse.nl/int-projects.htm
Archaeology Archaeological sites, where human activities were concentrated, occur in the OldWorld department offers a number of courses designed to teach students about http://www.ssc.uwo.ca/anthropology/anthsoc/Arch.htm
Extractions: Archaeology Archaeology is the scientific study of past and current cultures through the analysis of artifacts and the context in which they are found. Archaeological sites, where human activities were concentrated, occur in the Old World and the New Worlds, on land and underwater. Archaeologists at the University of Western Ontario concentrate on New World Archaeology, particularly the Great Lakes, Mesoamerica and South America. Archaeology Courses at Western 100 Archaeology and World Prehistory 229F/G Principles of Archaeology 231F/G Archaeology of North America 232F/G Prehistoric Mesoamerica 233F/G Archaeology of Ontario and the Great Lakes 234F/G Andean Prehistory 307A Field Methods in Archaeology 308F/G Debates in Archaeology
A Virtual Showcase activities and resources to teach the subject of air quality in the classroom. BioEsferaProject The First SpanishTropical Forest Biology-archeology Workshop http://caretakers.boker.org.il/israel/eisrael/virshow.htm
Aquatica Academy Underwater Courses Underwater activities. Nitrox Instructor Instructor Bob Sheridan Day TimeTBA Allowsexisting diving instructors to teach Nitrox diving Underwater archeology. http://home.winfirst.com/aquatica/Academy/Underwater.html
Anthropology - An AskERIC InfoGuide film archive, and a list of current activities. Kelsey Museum of archeology URLhttp//classics.lsa EJ386424 teach Young Students about Native Americans Use http://www.askeric.org/Old_Askeric/InfoGuides/alpha_list/Anthropology-12.95.html
Extractions: An AskERIC InfoGuide As in any field, anthropology can be presented to students in many ways. This InfoGuide pulls together resources for teaching information and strategies along with books and electronic resources for students. Rice University, Anthropology URL: gopher://riceinfo.rice.edu:70/11/Subject/Anth Many links to anthropology related gopher sites including Yale, Oxford, Smithsonian, anthropology journals, and the Applied Anthropology Computer Network. A great place to start gopher searching, especially with its "Anthropology and Culture Directory" offering specific subject links. **Instructions** Gopher riceinfo.rice.edu ==>Information by Subject ==>Anthropology and Culture University of Michigan URL: gopher://una.hh.lib.umich.edu:70/11/socsci/anth Offers links to other sites, journals through the Library of Congress Marvel gopher, and you can search the ANU-Aboriginal- Studies database for specific anthro-related subjects. **Instructions** Gopher una.hh.lib.umich.edu ==>socsci ==>anthropology ANTHRO-L A general anthropology bulletin board. Discusses current issues and upcoming conferences.
GO.HRW.COM Check our collection of ready to teach internet activities The activities are arrangedby subject paths of animals, explore the world of archeology, or discover http://go.hrw.com/hrw.nd/gohrw_rls1/pKeywordResults?keyword=nm8 trooms
Welcome To The Jewish Coalition For Service Painting and Drawing or Jerusalem Studies and archeology. Shabbat and Havdallah services,organize activities for the Jewish Holidays, teach music and art http://www.jewishservice.org/israel_p.html
Extractions: Israel Programs Amitim International Jewish college Corps Otzma Project Oren ... Young Judeae Programs International Jewish college Corps (American Jewish World Service) International Jewish College Corps (IJCC) is American Jewish World Service's program for Jewish college students and recent graduates. IJCC participants spend four weeks in Ghana or Honduras engaged in social justice and service work. Last year students in Ghana helped the local community build a schoolhouse that will enable Ghanaian students in the village of Ziavi-Lumi to have a permanent structure in which to learn. In Honduras the students helped the community of Brisas del Campo rebuild homes which were d estroyed in Hurricane Mitch. After the developing world experience, the two groups meet in Israel for 3 more weeks of service and study, focusing on the role Israel plays as a leader in international development, and on social justice challenges within Israel. In Israel the group participates in one service project in the Jewish community and one in the non-Jewish community. In addition, IJCC participants meet with Israeli Rabbis, scholars and activists who help them to consider the text bases forJewish social justice work and to look at Israel as a complex society.
Arkansas Archeology Month 2003 - Schedule Of Events Kingsland Rd.) Exhibit Videos Arkansas archeology Month All March 9, 100400pActivities will be Park Ranger Julie Northrip will teach children the http://www.uark.edu/campus-resources/archinfo/archmonthevents2003.html