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Contextualized Social Science Learning Activities from Upland Corn Farming Practices: A Literature Review

Author(s) ALLEN A. TUBIG
Country Philippines
Abstract The agricultural landscape of the Philippines, characterized by its rich natural endowments and tropical climate, has emerged as a cornerstone of socio-economic development, driven largely by small-scale farming practices. Despite its significance, challenges such as soil erosion and unsustainable farming practices persist in upland regions, necessitating a shift towards sustainable resource management. This literature review explores the contextualization of social science learning activities within agricultural frameworks, focusing particularly on upland corn farming practices. Drawing from a multidisciplinary approach, this study examines the evolutionary trajectory of agriculture, traditional farming methods, and their contemporary relevance in shaping educational paradigms. Through an analysis of educational initiatives and cultural practices, the review highlights the importance of integrating indigenous knowledge and traditional farming methods into educational frameworks. Key findings underscore the critical role of social science in promoting sustainable agriculture, community empowerment, and cultural preservation within farming communities. The review concludes by emphasizing the need for further research to bridge the gap between social science education and agricultural practices, particularly in upland farming communities, to advance sustainable agricultural development and preserve cultural heritage.
Keywords Education, agriculture, social science, contextualization, sustainable development, Indigenous knowledge, Traditional farming practices
Published In Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024
Published On 2024-04-30
Cite This Contextualized Social Science Learning Activities from Upland Corn Farming Practices: A Literature Review - ALLEN A. TUBIG - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i02.18984
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