Teacher Workshops

a flyer for the workshop with a bus leaving down a forested road
2021 Teacher Workshop Flyer

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Summer workshops for 2021 at Kingsley Plantation and Fort Caroline have wrapped up. These content based experiences introduced educators to subject matter experts in places where history was made.

If you want to hear about furture oppurtunities please email timu_preserve_education@nps.gov.
The workshops are open to all educators. Sessions will take place in the field, sun protection, proper footwear, and water bottles are recomended. A short lunch break is included, at Kingsley Plantation lunch options are limited. Sack lunches are highly recommenced.

Other Workshop Opportunities

The Project Archaeology Tabby Cabin Teacher Workshop was developed around the buildings found at Kingsley Plantation. This workshop is co-sponsored by the Florida Public Archaeology Network (FPAN). There educators are introduced to the entire Project Archaeology curriculum. They tour the site with a Ranger, participate in the hands-on lessons, and discuss ways to use and adapt Project Archaeology to meet their classroom goals. This workshop is open to educators of all kinds.

Our next workshop at Kingsley Plantation is TBD. The workshop is open to teachers, historians, outreach professionals and educators but space is limited. Visit the Florida Public Archaeology Network website to sign up.


Investigating a Tabby Slave Cabin- Student Notebook

Investigating a Tabby Slave Cabin- Teacher Instructions

Project Archaeology

Florida Public Archaeology Network- Northeast Region


Last updated: July 15, 2021

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