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Top Crop: Farming for the Future Educator's Guide

Top Crop: Farming for the Future Educator's Guide

Use this educator guide to engage students in Grades 6-9 with Top Crop: Farming for the Future game in a variety of settings, both in and out of the classroom.

Grades

6 - 9

Subjects

Geography

Top Crop: Farming for the Future is an online and mobile game that puts students right in the middle of figuring out solutions to the real-world challenge of balancing crop yield and sustainability. This Educator's Guide provides the subject matter background and vocabulary needed to use this game with students in schools, in afterschool and informal settings, and at home. The guide also provides learning objectives, facilitator tips, discussion ideas, additional activities and content resources, and connections to national curriculum standards and principles.

Use this educator guide to engage students in Grades 6-9 with the interactive game in a variety of settings both in and out of the classroom.

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Development and Design
Project Coordination
Katie Williams, National Geographic Society, National Geographic Society
Research Manager
Sarah Appleton, National Geographic Society, National Geographic Society
Editor
Elizabeth Wolzak, National Geographic Society
Expert Reviewer
Julie Borlaug Larsen, Norman E. Borlaug Institute for International Agriculture, Texas A&M University
other
Last Updated

May 20, 2022

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