Before the days of tractors and combines, for more than 60% of the population in North America, farming was a way of life. Today that number is less than 2%. Children who grew up in rural areas made vital economic contributions to their families and communities by engaging in real farm chores.
Now it is time to restore the dignity of real student work in our schools. Our students can now easily create collaborative content that contributes to a library of learning resources.
Six learning jobs will be outlined:
Explore ways to make student work meaningful, highly motivating and consequential to the world around them.
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