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project website http://www.hca.heacademy.ac.uk/access-archaeology/inclusive_accessible And on the Council ... self-evaluation in archaeological fieldwork training The IAA Project was funded by the Higher Education Funding ... a collaborative project led by Professor Roberta Gilchrist of the Department of Archaeology at the University of application/pdf attached to:Number 5: Guide for Teaching and Learning in Archaeology
The Inclusive, Accessible, Archaeology project (FDTL5) was set up to investigate the issues ... surrounding disability and archaeological fieldwork. The project has produced a set of good practice ... of the project team, but the main sources of information were the experiences of Archaeology ...
effectiveness of written feedback at both universities. The paper presents a more detailed analysis specifically ... this paper was carried out by the Formative Assessment in Science Teaching (FAST) project during the ...
on archaeological projects. The key findings were: reduced accidents/incidents, reduced loss of work ... Topic 7: Effectiveness of Health & Safety on Archaeological Projects. Delegates were asked to ... consider how effective they thought health & safety is on archaeological projects (of all types). It ...
This publication is aimed at those engaged in Adult Community Learning and community education ... projects, whether practitioners in the field or policy makers. This report describes policy and practice ... around Adult and Community Learning (ACL) and the successes that can be achieved by universities when ...