Red Comet, an accredited, self-paced, online high school launches an Enrichment Course on Archeology.
Prosser, WA (PRWEB) July 10, 2013
Red Comet’s new online high school elective course “Archaeology: Detectives of the Past” exposes students to the rich and interesting field of excavations and scientific analysis. The field of archeology helps us to better understand the events and societies of the past. This understanding helps us comprehend the events that have shaped our modern world. Archeology involves the study of the data left behind by the societies and cultures of the past – material artifacts, cultural landscapes including those intentionally created by humans, and architectural monuments.
This course focuses on the techniques, methods, and theories that guide the study of the past. Students will learn how archaeological research is conducted and interpreted, as well as how artifacts are located and preserved by experts. Finally, students will learn about the relationship of material items to culture, and what we can learn about past societies from these items.
Red Comet offers a complete online program that is both rigorous and engaging. Red Comet is approved by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) in Washington State as a “Multi-District Online Course Provider” and as a “Multi-District Online School Program Provider”. Red Comet’s online program excels not only in the breadth of its offering but also has received the best ratings for student satisfaction in Washington State. Red Comet’s online learning is engaging and presents even the most challenging topics in a way that students can understand. Students taking Red Comet’s online high school classes are challenged using a variety of learning techniques which makes learning interesting while keeping them motivated to complete their courses within the allotted schedule.
There are numerous reasons why students choose to pursue learning online using Red Comet. Many students complete this program because they need credit recovery, or because they are unable to attend all of their high school classes, in person. They may be interested in taking electives or Advanced Placement classes not available at their private schools, or they might be home school students that need extra learning opportunities specific to certain subject areas.