(Part II) The papers in this session include the teaching and learning of computer applications in archaeology as well as the use of such tools to support teaching and learning about the human past. We wish that participants in our session ask themselves only one question: whether the goal is to teach about archaeological discoveries or archaeological methods, how can we best use computer applications? Following up on previous CAA pedagogy sessions, we invite authors to contribute papers in which the learners may be archaeologists, pupils from primary and secondary schools, or the general public. We aim to encourage a dialogue not only about successful projects and teaching workflows, but those which didn’t work out as well, in order to avoid them in the future. We anticipate that sharing these pedagogical experiences may better advance both archaeological knowledge and archaeological methods.