This April 30: Enhance your curriculum with Archaeogaming!
All members of CANE are invited to a special Zoom workshop on Sunday, April 30 at 1 pm Eastern with Paige Brevick, Project Leader for Archaeogaming at the Save Ancient Studies Alliance.
Save Ancient Studies Alliance (SASA) is a non-profit 501c3 organization that works to reverse the current downward trend in the study of the ancient world by building a grassroots movement through outreach, collaboration, accessibility, and public scholarship. Under Paige’s leadership, SASA has been developing Archaeogaming Education Modules (AEMs) that utilize the familiar footage of archaeologically themed video games to create a complete curriculum for teachers.
In this workshop, participants will explore the AEM program, which includes a video-lesson, creative projects, social and emotional learning components, and in-depth discussion questions for a variety of learners and classrooms. SASA hopes to bring new life to the ancient world by equipping teachers with resources ready for classroom use.
Please help us plan for this workshop by registering here. You will receive a Zoom link by email prior to the workshop. Registration is free!
This event is co-sponsored by CANE Educational Programs and Antiquity in Media Studies. Questions? Please contact Meredith Safran at firstname.lastname@example.org