Louise Zarmati
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Popular archaeology and the archaeologist as hero
L Zarmati
Gendered Archaeology, Canberra: Department of Prehistory, Research School of …, 1995
141995
Why the national history curriculum needs a museum site study.
L Zarmati
Teaching History 43 (1), 48-51, 2009
82009
Experience Archaeology
L Zarmati, A Cremin
Cambridge University Press, 1998
71998
A history of misinformation: Pyne spreads curriculum myths
L Zarmati
Teaching History 46 (3), 52-53, 2012
62012
Pompeii and Herculaneum
L Zarmati
Heinemann, 2005
62005
Amedeo Maiuri: In search of the ‘dark side’
L Zarmati
Site:< https://www. det. nsw. edu. au/media/downloads/detawscholar …, 2010
5*2010
Archaeology as Pedagogy at Sydney’s ‘The Big Dig’
L Zarmati
The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice 6 (2), 177-191, 2015
42015
Using archaeology to teach Australia’s ‘difficult’indigenous past
L Zarmati
Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites 17 (1), 91-106, 2015
42015
Teaching history in Australian museums: pedagogy and praxis
L Zarmati
Deakin University, 2012
42012
Archaeo-speak: The politics of language in archaeology
L Zarmati
Redefining Archaeology: Feminist Perspectives, 3-8, 1998
31998
Beyond four walls: learning outside, and even under, the classroom.
L Zarmati, A Frappell
Teacher, 10-13, 2009
22009
A Gendered Past: A Critical Bibliography of Gender in Archaeology
L Zarmati
American Journal of Archaeology 98 (4), 773-774, 1994
21994
Sparking the flame, not filling the vessel: How museum educators teach history in Australian museums
L Zarmati
Historical Encounters 7 (3), 76-91, 2020
12020
Learning Progression in History
L Zarmati
12019
Teaching history in Australian museums: Pedagogy and praxis
L Zarmati
Structuring the thesis, 217-224, 2018
12018
‘Pompeii-mania' in schools Down Under
LFC Zarmati
Journal of Public Archaeology 1, 1-9, 2017
12017
A positive view of the heritage industry: a study of seven private heritage centres in Britain
L Zarmati
Unpublished Masters of Philosophy thesis, Department of Archaeology and …, 1991
11991
Teaching Secondary History
H Sharp, J Dallimore, A Bedford, M Kerby, J Goulding, TC Heath, ...
Cambridge University Press, 2021
2021
1School of Education, University of Tasmania, Launceston, TAS, Australia 2Independent Scholar, Yass, NSW, Australia
L Zarmati, A Cremin
2020
Constructing Archaeology as a Subject in the School Curriculum
LFC Zarmati
2020
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