In 2026, does this blog post prove I can write?

There are so many ways to demonstrate learning, some of them effective and some not. Many times people with a degree get into professional work only to find they don’t have the necessary skills, and many qualified people find they can’t get into jobs because they lack the formal credentials.

In this card, player Chris Protos is responding to the questions, "What would you want to do in this future? What great things could happen?" Their answer is, "Power-up edublocks with "doer-blocks". For every solution you share with the crowd, your edublock count in the ledger is multiplied.

Player Chris Protos’s idea of using “doer-blocks” as a way to address this dilemma is interesting–it is like the equivalent of a resume as opposed to a college degree. Maybe instead of having edublocks that are more trustworthy based on where they came from, they are verified by what you do with them! This proves out that the knowledge was valuable.

Player klansing brought up another suggestion:

In this card, player klansing is responding to the question "what would you want to do in this future? What great things could happen?" Their response is, "industries, or even companies, could create their own tailored edublocks to recruit and train a built-in pipeline of workers.

Industries creating edublocks could use doer-blocks connected to their credentials to verify that their courses are having the desired effects!

How does learning become doing? What is the new meaning of “experience?”