Free conference for teachers taking place at Durham University

http://www.dur.ac.uk/resources/forteachers/ConferenceProgramme.pdf

Free conference for teachers taking place at Durham University on 19th – 20th July this year. It is run by Durham University Departments of Archaeology & Anthropology and will be relevant for teachers – both for their own interest and to inspire and compliment areas of teaching in the classroom.

Use the link for a flyer for the event and you can also find lots more information about the event https://www.dur.ac.uk/forteachers/teachers.conferences/humanbeings/programme/ – this link is also where teachers can book on the event.

I’d like to emphasise that this is not a hard-sell event advertising the University rather, as you can see from the programme online, it’s a chance for teachers to go back to University for a couple of days, learn something new and come away with lots of new ideas. Did we forget to say…. It is totally free of charge.


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