Corinth Excavations Educator

Corinth Excavations Educator

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    • Website
      http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/index.php/excavationcorinth/outreach/
    • Native Language
      English
    • Other Languages
      Greek, Spanish
    • Age Level
      Ages 8-10 / Ages 11-13 / Ages 14-18
    • Categories
      Government, Politics & Civics / Geography / Science / History / Religion & Philosophy / Climate & Environment / Physical Health & Wellness
    • Guest Speaker Expertise
      Archaeology, Museums, Corinth (Greece), Greek goddess Demeter, Greek god Asklepios, Medicine and Healing in Ancient Greece, Peloponnesian War (Corinth, Athens), Roman Corinth (Isthmian Games), Archaeological Conservation, Transition of Religion (Greek/Roman to Christianity), Byzantine Pottery

    Katie Petrole is the Steinmetz Family Foundation Museum Fellow, aka Corinth Excavations Educator.


    As part of an innovative grant-funded project, she is responsible for all educational activities at Corinth Excavations in Ancient Corinth, Greece. She also manages the archaeological collection and finds stories behind the objects to turn into lesson plans freely available online. Please review the list of lesson plans on our Virtual Field Trip page or on the Corinth Excavations website. When you request 'A virtual field trip to Ancient Greece and Corinth' session, you will need to share which lesson plan you prefer, the grade level of your students, and how many students will partcipate in the Skype session.


    Check out a program Corinth Excavations has hosted on-site with many great local and Athenian partners, and see our website for more videos and images of Corinth Excavation outreach:

    Katie has previously worked at the world's largest children's museum, The Children's Museum of Indianapolis, for five years and has spent summers completing collections management projects at the Athenian Agora Excavations. She has a MA in Museum Studies from Indiana University (IUPUI) and a BA in Classical Humanities from Miami University (Ohio).


    K-12 Education Resources at Corinth Excavations

    History of Outreach at Corinth Excavations

    Link to lesson plans

    Examples of Programs online and on-site

    About the Authors and Contributors

    3D Artifact Scans for Educational Use


    My Interests
    Museums, Collections, Archaeology, Museum education, Object-based learning, Greek history

    Favorite Quote
    "It is not every man who can afford to go to Corinth." Horace

    Favorite Book
    Motel of the Mysteries by David Macauley, Read-Aloud Plays: The Iliad, the Odyssey, and the Aeneid by Gwen Minor

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