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Programs On-Site, Off-site, and Online

 

With over 120 years of excavation and research, Corinth Excavations has thousands of artifacts, records, and publications that help students understand life in ancient Corinth, Greece, at such a major crossroads of civilization. Corinth Excavations will happily host your school on-site, off-site, or online after students have completed a lesson plan as a part of their curriculum. This extends the learning and offers students a chance to interact with real archaeologists, see or hold artifacts that were introduced in the classroom, and ask questions that arose during class.

To schedule an educational program about the excavations, please contact Corinth Excavations via email or schedule through the Skype in the Classroom calendar.

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Videos & Pictures

Watch a video of "Interpreting Ancient Mysteries of Demeter" held on-site after an off-site and online introduction to the program titled for students from a Corinthian school and from The American College of Greece-PIERCE in collaboration with the ASCSA, Dr. Nancy Bookidis, Diazoma, Olympia Odos, PIERCE, and the Greek Ministry of Culture. This video is mostly in Greek with some English.

 

Watch a video of a special music program titled "Operation Odeion: Music in Ancient Corinth Across Centuries' in collaboration with the ASCSA, the Psychology Club and Student Councils from The American College of Greece-PIERCE, Diazoma, Olympia Odos, Pierce Choir and Orchestra, the Elementary School of Ancient Corinth, the Smile of the Child Orphanage, and the Greek Ministry of Culture.

 

We adapted the lesson plan 'Asklepios and Healing in the Ancient Greek World and Today' for high school students and teachers from The American College of Greece-PIERCE, the 85th Kindergarten of Athens, Diazoma, and Olympia Odos.

This version of the video is in English or with English subtitles.
 
This version of the video is mostly in Greek with some English.
 
Enjoy a selection of photos from educational programs held on-site for students and visitors:
 
A program for the local kindergarten about food in ancient Greece.
 
A program about toys and entertainment in ancient Greece for the local kindergarten.
 
Toys and small figurines made by students after the program.
 
Associate Director Dr. Ioulia Tzonou-Herbst during the program
'Asklepios and Healing in the Ancient Greek World and Today' for
kindergarteners and high school students at PIERCE-The American College of Greece.
 
Young student holding a terracotta horse-and-rider figurine from the Corinth Excavations collection.
 
Kindergartener's drawing of their favorite moment of the program with Corinth Excavations: the follow-up museum visit.
 
85th Kindergarten of Athens presenting songs based on their experience with Corinth Excavations during PIERCE Art Days Festival.
 
'Asklepios and Healing in the Ancient Greek World and Today' for Monmouth College students.
 
'Peloponnesian War Propaganda: Classical Athens vs. Corinth' for students from Homo Educandus High School.
 
'Asklepios and Healing in the Ancient Greek World and Today' for American families.
 
'Byzantine and Frankish Styles' for fourth graders from nearby Kiato.
 
Archaeological outreach and museum education program for the 2016 ASCSA Summer Session I.
 
Archaeological outreach and museum education program for the 2016 ASCSA Summer Session II.
 
'A Word from the Encyclopedia: Votive', adapted from 'Healing in the Ancient Greek World and Today'.
 
'Asklepios and Healing in the Ancient Greek World and Today' for families.
 
A special 'Violence and Tolerance' program.
 
A special 'Operation Odeion' program about ancient and modern music.
 
A special 'Operation Odeion' program about ancient and modern music.
 
A special 'Olive Oil Everywhere!' program for the local kindergarten.
 
A special 'Olive Oil Everywhere!' program for the local kindergarten.
 
Ioulia Tzonou-Herbst showing a kindergartener aryballos C-1971-281 during 'Olive Oil Everywhere!'.
 
Ioulia Tzonou-Herbst and Katie Petrole showing how to use a strigil.
 
Inside the museum, carefully holding artifacts.
 
Katie Petrole speaking to visitors during 'Corinth Excavations and Contested Histories: Saying the Unspeakable in Museums', a special ICOM Museum Day program.
 
Katie Petrole showing an inscribed bronze vessel during 'Corinth Excavations and Contested Histories: Saying the Unspeakable in Museums'.
 
Katie Petrole speaking to visitors 'Corinth Excavations and Contested Histories: Saying the Unspeakable in Museums'.
 
Katie Petrole leading 'Asklepios and Healing in the Ancient Greek World and Today' for Dartmouth College students.
 
Katie Petrole paying Mystery Skype with students from Hanoi, Vietnam. Photo: Hoa Nắng.
 
Katie Petrole playing Mystery Skype with students from Hanoi, Vietnam. Photo: Đỗ Lan Hương.
 
Katie Petrole playing Mystery Skype with students from Hanoi, Vietnam. Photo: Đỗ Lan Hương.
 
Katie Petrole playing Mystery Skype with students from Hanoi, Vietnam. Photo: Đỗ Lan Hương.
 
Katie Petrole and Ioulia Tzonou-Herbst leading 'Asklepios and Healing in the Ancient Greek World and Today' for Yale University students.
 
Yale University students holding real artifacts in the museum.
 
Steinmetz Family Foundation Museum Fellow Katie Petrole presenting a poster with lesson plan contributor Nancy Antonellis, who teaches high school Latin and developed an archaeology course based on Corinth Excavations educational resources for her students.
 
Corinthian inscriptions based on real artifacts, in a Latin lesson led by Nancy Antonellis. Photo: Nancy Antonellis.
 
Katie Petrole leading virtual field trip with students from Arizona.
 
Excerpt from a letter written to Katie Petrole, Corinth Excavations, and the ASCSA after a Virtual Field Trip.
 
Katie Petrole leading a Skype with students in Alexandria, Egypt.

 
Katie Petrole leading a Mystery Skype with students from Canada.
Katie Petrole leading a virtual field trip with students in Dallas, Texas.

 
Resources developed by Katie Petrole were mentioned during the American School of Classical Studies at Athens' Annual Meeting in Athens, Greece.

 
Katie Petrole leading a virtual field trip with students in Serbia.
 
Katie Petrole leading a virtual field trip with students in Russia. Photo: Anna Zubkovskaya.
 
Katie Petrole leading a virtual field trip with students in Russia. Photo: Anna Zubkovskaya.
 
Teachers reporting on a Guest Speaker session between students in Poland and Katie Petrole.
 
An on-site tour inside the temple and up close at Peirene Fountain led by Katie Petrole for students of ASCSA alumnae from Cincinnati, Ohio.
 
Katie Petrole answering questions from students in Hanoi, Vietnam. Video: Nguyễn Trà Ly.
 
Katie Petrole leading a virtual field trip with students in Tucson, Arizona.
'Interpreting Ancient Mysteries of Demeter' off-site program led by Ioulia Tzonou-Herbst and Giota Kassimi.
 
Katie Petrole leading a virtual field trip with students in North Carolina.

 
Katie Petrole leading a virtual field trip with students from Canada.
'Interpreting Ancient Mysteries of Demeter' on site with guest speaker Dr. Nancy Bookidis.
 
Katie Petrole leading a virtual field trip with students from Pennsylvania.
 
Katie Petrole leading a virtual field trip for students from Cache Valley, Utah, reported by The Herald Journal.
 
Katie Petrole leading a virtual field trip with Canadian students.

Katie Petrole leading a digital program for students in Russia. Photo: Natalya Kvashnina.

Katie Petrole leading a digital program for students in the country of Georgia. Photo: Ekaterine Naroushvili.

Katie Petrole leading an on-site program for Canadian students, alumni, and educators from the University of New Brunswick. Photo: David Charters.

Participants from the University of New Brunswick hold artifact MF-1. Photo: Hayley McLellan.

Katie Petrole discussing artifacts with educators from the University of New Brunswick. Photo: Hayley McLellan.

Katie Petrole discussing artifacts with the University of New Brunswick group. Photo: Hayley McLellan.

Participant from the University of New Brunswick holds a reconstructed dancing group. Photo: Hayley McLellan.

 

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