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Spring opportunity

Tuesday: October 29, 2013

My alma mater contacted me today and offered me two classes this spring, which means I have a full load from them in both the spring and summer sessions. I will teach three sections of Human Origins and Prehistory (which, as mentioned before, is like the Monkeys, Apes, and Humans course I taught at UIndy), and an Introduction to Archaeology class. When I took that class as an undergrad, I found it completely boring. I’ll do my best to jazz it up, but I am not sure how many material goods I will have at hand in the lab for hands-on experience. I’ve conferred with Dr. M to choose a book and I can use the public archaeology event he hosts at Lew Wallace in my course too. At least that is something!

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2 remarks!

  1. You’re going to have to update this more once you have students!

  2. Yep, I want to update it more regularly as is, but I am busy plugging away on designing courses. A teacher once told us “teachers work harder than students” and I scoffed. Now I see the light of truth.

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