How to bring relevancy, meaning to history courses

07/22/2013 | MiddleWeb

Incorporating project-based learning into history classes can inspire student creativity and greater interest because it brings meaning to the subject, Jody Passanisi and Shara Peters write in this blog post. They write that scaffolding a subject, such as the Civil War, helps prepare students and keep them on track. "PBL goes a long way to help with this: students are interested and driven to learn because of increased autonomy and the drive of inquiry," they write.

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