The RAI's Education Department is organising some great events in the next few months for A-level students, teachers, career advisers and mature students. Space is limited so it is recommended to book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment!
Wednesday June 8th 2011: A-level Anthropology Teachers' Day
The RAI´s Education Committee is organising a special teachers' training day for those already involved in teaching the Anthropology A-level or who are planning to teach the A-level in the near future. The event will take place on June 8th at the Royal Anthropological Institute, located at 50 Fitroy St. London W1T-5BT.
The A-level Anthropology Teachers’ Day is intended to bring together teachers with members of the
Royal Anthropological Institute’s Education Committee – professional anthropologists who have
been involved in the development and support of the course. This will be the first meeting of many to come and will provide an opportunity for people to meet, to discuss progress so far and issues arising, and to plan future meetings. There will be ample opportunity for participants to meet informally, over coffee and lunch, as well as more direct inputs on issues such as
resources, the project activity in Unit 4, and a Q&A session with Senior AQA staff.
The day will include sessions on:
- resources for AS and A2
- teaching strategies, methods and ethnographic case studies for Unit 3 and 4
- discussions and experiences of AS
- a Q&A session on the examination procedure with the AQA examination team.
A detailed programme of the day can be found here
If you are interested in attending this event, please email the RAI’s Office Manager at:
The RAI accepts payment by cheque, credit card or bank transfer. If your school requires an invoice please contact us.
Thursday 14th July: London Anthropology Day 2011
The RAI's Education Department has just opened their new online booking system for this year's London Anthropology Day (LAD).The event will be held at the British Museum's Education Clore Centre on 14th July 2011. This year's event will have 19 universities participating from England, Wales and Ireland making it the biggest event to date.
The LAD is a free university taster day for year 12, 13 students, teachers, career advisers. The day consists of an introduction to anthropology, (both biological and social),a range of interactive workshops run by anthropology lecturers, and presentations on applying to university and careers. All participating universities have representatives and information stalls at the day.
Take a look at the wide variety of workshops offered on the day, ranging from forensics and tattoos to anthropology of violence and ethnographic film. Before booking your place at the event, be sure to read the following booking information.