Upcoming FREE Saturday Workshops for Teachers

Center for the Liberal Arts
presents the following upcoming FREE workshops

Spring 2015 Workshops are available for FREE to Virginia K-12 Teachers


“Debating Archaeology: Understanding, Interpreting and Teaching the Past”

(March 14, 2015)
This workshop is an introduction to current issues and inquiry in the evidential and interpretative discipline of archaeology, including its role in reading, reconstructing, representing the past; key methods and approaches guiding archaeological interpretation; archaeology as a means for engaging with broader motifs of human civilization, such as the emergence and collapse of urbanism, social complexity, government and organized religion; the relevance of the past to the contemporary, everyday present and the key role of archaeology in identity formation in today’s society.

“400 aƱos de Don Quijote: Spanish Workshop”

(April 18, 2015)

  • Registration will begin on March 2, 2015

The Framing of Ethical Questions for Student Writing Assignments

(April 25, 2015)

  • Registration will begin on March 2, 2015