Real-real work

I was recently reading Chris Kennedy’s post on how his teaching has changed. I really appreciated the three different styles of teaching/learning situations that he outlines – basically, sage on the stage, real-fake situations like simulations, and real-real situations in which students create real products that are presented in the real world.

It came to mind today as I read this article in the New York Times;

Today, I just wanted to honour the teacher and the students, who did some very courageous, real-real work.

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