Ashley Kendell


Ashley Kendell is a doctoral student in the Anthropology Department at Michigan State University. Her focus is physical anthropology with special interests in forensic anthropology and skeletal biology. Ashley completed her M.A. in physical anthropology at California State University in 2010 and she plans on completing her PhD in 2016. Her long term goal is to become a professor of anthropology.

Ashley is one of the authors of "Teaching with Technology 2013." Please visit her work here:

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Teaching with Technology 2013: Educators Talking Tech
Price: Free! Words: 32,880. Language: English. Published: March 5, 2014 by MAFLT Program. Categories: Nonfiction » Education & Study Guides » Teaching
In this volume, you'll read the words and stories of educators adapting to and working with technology in ways that make their classrooms, whether virtual or traditional, better places for all stakeholders. These educators talk about preferences, experiences and, ultimately, classroom practices from a broad representation of fields that includes language learning, anthropology and composition.

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