6-0390
“STUDIES OF TEACHING AND LEARNING AMONG ANTHROPOLOGISTS' PUPILS: STUDENT ASSESSMENT METHODS AND RESEARCH”
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Reviewed By: General Anthropology Division
Sunday, December 7, 2014: 12:00 PM-1:45 PM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Teachers of Anthropology in Community Colleges
Organizers:  James Comeaux (University of North Carolina Charlotte)
Chairs:  James Comeaux (University of North Carolina Charlotte)
Discussants:  Margaret Diane LeCompte (University of Colorado Boulder)
12:00 PM
Creating Ethnographic Opportunities through Department Sponsored Internships
Jacquelyn Heuer (Grand Valley State University and New Mexico State University), Alison Wilcoxson (Grand Valley State University), David Leins (Grand Valley State University) and Tara Hefferan (Grand Valley State University)
12:30 PM
Let the Games Begin: Combining Gamification and Formative Assessment in a Large Classes
Coral B Wayland (University of North Carolina at Charlotte)
12:45 PM
Qualitative and Quantitative Measures for Assessing Student Acquisition of Knowledge and Skills in a Forensic Anthropology Field School
Adam Kolatorowicz (The Ohio State University), Alexis R Dzubak (The Ohio State University), Amanda Ponomarenko (The Ohio State University) and Monica Samaniego Hunter (PAST Innovation Lab)
1:00 PM
Anthropology Apps: Producing Anthropology Assessment through Application
Susan Kirkpatrick Smith (Kennesaw State University) and Brandon D Lundy (Kennesaw State University)
1:15 PM
Discussant
Margaret Diane LeCompte (University of Colorado Boulder)
1:30 PM
Discussion