Jim Cash
Jim Cash
Feb 5, 2018 · 1 min read

Hi Liza! Thanks so much for reading my post and commenting on it! In my post, I was trying to make an analogy in all three examples between learning and the factory model. That is, the parts coming down the assembly line are the concepts, curriculum, skills that students need to learn. So often, they come at breakneck speed without the time to make them relevant, contextualized, authentic, etc. And there is very little for the teacher, the student, or the system as a whole to reflect on what is going on. And, perhaps most important, the interests, talents and passions of students are usually not part of the equation at all…

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