The Classical Journal
This article outlines the application of problem-based learning, or PBL, to a freshman-level course in Aegean prehistory. The project described demonstrates how PBL can be used to tap into college-level students’ natural curiosity about the ancient world while training them to use practical, broadly applicable writing and research skills.
This is a post-print version of an article originally published in The Classical Journal,2009, Volume 105, Issue 1.. The version of record is available through CAMWS.
Kvapil, Lynne. "Teaching Archaeological Pragmatism through Problem-based Learning," The Classical Journal, 2009, 105.1, pp. 45-52. Available from: digitalcommons.butler.edu/facsch_papers/413/
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