Converging Paths and Common Goals
Archaeology, History, Science, Interpretation, and Education
October 13, 2017
The Archaelogical Institute of America and the Museum of Science are hosting a summit for heritage educators and those in affiliated fields at the Museum of Science in Boston.
If you are a heritage educator or in an affiliated field, we invite you to join us for a daylong summit where we will identify and highlight successful practices, provide participants with hands on experiences and practical advice, and encourage networking and collaboration among those of us who are engaged in similar efforts and share the same passion for reaching out to the public. We are looking for participants from a wide variety of backgrounds, including museums, historical societies, schools, historic parks, governmental agencies, non-profits, and living history groups to explore public outreach programs through shared and divergent lenses.
Join us for this unique professional development opportunity!
Date: October 13, 2017
Place: Museum of Science, 1 Science Park, Boston, MA 02114
8am Welcome and Icebreaker
8:30-9:15 Heritage Education Perspectives on Outreach Part I (panel)
9:15-10:05 Bringing the Community Together: Archaeology Fairs
10:30-11:20 Archaeology and STEM
11:20-12:30 Heritage Education Perspectives on Outreach Part II (group discussion)
12:30-1 Future Plans and Concluding remarks
1pm Lunch together in cafeteria (optional)
Sponsored by the Archaeological Institute of America and the Museum of Science, Boston