Maria Costabile, Carmelo Ardito, Rosa Lanzilotti
It was early October, after the first month of school, when my 12-year-old son came home and told me about something very interesting he had done that morning with his teachers and school-mates. They had visited the archaeological park of Monte Sannace, located about 40 miles south of our hometown of Bari, Italy, where the ruins of a Peucetian city date back to the ninth century B.C. What he liked most was that instead of visiting the park with a traditional guide, they played a game very similar to a treasure hunt. The students were divided up into groups…
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