Hi. I'm Jason Bretzmann, and your student is in our American Issues class at Muskego High School. From the first day we communicate to students that American Issues is a class that is all about us. We look at the three branches of government, the media, and other American Issues topics to determine how they impact us. And we start with asking the question, "Who Are We?" Students got to meet each other, talk a bit with each other, and share some important facts and stories about themselves. Then to practice answering the big questions that we face throughout the semester, and proving our points/supporting our reasoning with evidence, we asked another question: "Are You A Person In The World?" We answered that question for students with a resounding yes, but then they had to work on proving it. They googled themselves, searched their phones for pictures, searched family Facebook pages, and found the evidence to support their position that proves they exist in the world! We view one or two of the products students created each day, and we continue to learn more about each other, see the evidence other students collected, and notice the different tools each student used to share their body of evidence.