Posted by: archaccess | October 30, 2014

HEFA in EH Conservation Bulletin on ‘Children and Place’

HEFA in EH Conservation Bulletin on 'Children and Place'Focusing on the Aimhigher-funded years of 2005-2011, Dr Carenza Lewis outlines the unique social aims and achievements of the Higher Education Field Academy in engaging and empowering young people.

Dr Lewis’ article ‘Teenagers, archaeology and the Higher Education Field Academy 2005-11’ can be downloaded from the ACA website here, and features in the Winter 2014 issue of English Heritage’s Conservation Bulletin on the theme of ‘Children and Place’.

Issue 73 of the Conservation Bulletin will soon be available to download in full on the English Heritage webpage here, and includes articles related to the subjects of ‘Places in Childhood’, ‘Heritage and Education’ and ‘Place-based Learning’. Carenza’s article is on p32-33.

To find out more about the impact of HEFA on participants’ aspirations, enthusiasm and attainment, please see the webpage here.

 

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