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I have been teaching in classrooms and museums for a decade. In my teaching, I use engaging learning methods such as projects, site visits, and practical hands-on activities to encourage students to learn skills that help them tackle real-world problems. 


Most recently, I edited "An Educator's Handbook: Teaching about the Ancient World." This book provides teaching activities for any educator to use. Download the book (free open access) here. In connection to this book, I am also collecting other digital teaching resources. You can find them here.

As I am interested in including different perspectives and voices in my classes, I am always looking for guest speakers and collaborators. Recently I started this list to enable educators teaching online to invite others as guest speakers to their classrooms. You can also find me on Skype a Scientist, Request a Woman Scientist, Women also Know History, and Women of Ancient History.

 

Here are some of my recent courses:

 

HUMANITIES SEMINAR: DEATH AND BURIAL IN THE ANCIENT WORLD

Summer 2020, Brown University

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