15th September 2021, 14:00 – 22:30 hrs BST
Following the success of our monthly round table sessions, we hosted first Online Teaching and Learning in Archaeology and Heritage Conference in September 2021.
This free online event was open to all who are interested in teaching and learning in archaeology, and attracted over 250 registrations. Papers focused on Higher Education, and considered the past, present and future of teaching and learning in archaeology.
Times are BST (UTC+1)
Part 1 can be accessed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ff3Uw-QI0HE&list=PLKYOPfb6a6ovws3ZRnIuahEKapHQeC6Rm&index=2
14:00-15:30: Welcome and Plenary Part 1 – Reflections on Teaching & Learning in Archaeology and Heritage. What have been the big achievements? What needs to change? Where is T&L in the discipline going?
SPEAKERS: Claire Smith & Heather Burke, Gavin Lucas, Margaret Conkey, Ruth Tringham.
Part 2 can be accessed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ziuma1eFLf4&t=9s
16.00-18.05: Teaching and Learning today
SPEAKERS: Katherine Patton & Lesley Howse, Ian Walkeden et al, Meghan Dennis & Paulina Przystupa, Amy Atkins & Claudia Tommasino, Paul Everill, Vicki Haverkate, Eva Mol, Sven Ouzman, Laura Castells Navarro et al.
Part 3 can be accessed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJpuKSq6zYw&t=4s
18:30- 20:35: Plenary Part 2 – The Future of Teaching and Learning in Archaeology and Heritage
SPEAKERS: Pamela L. Geller, Laura Heath Stout, Craig Cipolla, Kisha Supernant, Anna S. Agbe-Davies, Kellie Pollard, Melissa Marshall & Georgia Roberts, Rosemary Joyce, Jerika Loren Heinze.
20.35 – 21:00: Break
21:00 – 22.30: Teaching Assistants in Archaeology Roundtable
We close the day with this dedicated roundtable session for all those at the start of their teaching career (Graduate Teaching Assistants, Demonstrators, and those who haven’t taught yet but want to). In this relaxed and informal session we will discuss the challenges and needs of being a Teaching Assistant in Archaeology today, offer tips, pointers and space for reflection and provide an opportunity for you to meet your peers.
Search #TeachAndLearnArchaeology on Twitter for tweets posted from the conference and wider discussions.
You can download the final conference programme here: Final T&L programme
Teaching and Learning in Archaeology and Heritage: Past, Present and Future Conference 2021
An account from Mia Coe, a placement year student at the University of Bradford
Conference Code of Conduct
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*This code of conduct was inspired by that created by the Society for Post Medieval Archaeology for their annual conferences (Code of Conduct – #PMAC21) and, with enormous thanks to them, we have drawn upon much of their wording. We will continue to review and adapt this document and are always grateful for feedback and guidance so please do get in touch at email@example.com if you think there is anything else we should include.