Application of Project-Based and Case-Based Learning Methods in Ceramic Art Translation Course

Lun WANG, Jingyi SUN


Project-based learning stimulates the initiative of the students and brings about two-way communication between the teacher and the students. Case-based learning makes the students active participants of the teaching process and facilitate the understanding of the project. By the application of project-based learning and case-based learning methods in ceramic art translation course, the students’ learning efficiency can be significantly elevated.


Project-based learning; Case-based learning; Ceramic art translation

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