- Oct 2018
Through collaborative production, friendly competition, civic action, and joint research, youth and adults make things, have fun, learn, and make a difference together.
This section mentions that through shared practices students can make a difference. I think this is an extremely motivating factor in learning. If students just complete work and turn it in for a grade, the meaning becomes the value of a grade. If they see a difference being made they know they can actually contribute and will be more motivated in the future as well.