All effective or meaningful learning depends on a good balance between Creative and Methodical modes. MODES Creative Methodical Ways of communicating Connotative Denotative Ways of thinking Divergent and open-ended Convergent and judging Ways of perceiving Inward and reflecting Outward and observing Ways of making Poietic and generative Technical and imitative Creative modes can flourish even… Read More Creativity and self-led learning
This is a guest post by Karen Eslea, Head of Learning and Visitor Experience, Turner Contemporary “It’s about 6 and 7 year olds making art instead of grown-ups telling us what to do” Year 2 Young Arts Leader At a recent meeting of inspiring people from the arts and education sectors, it struck me. Adults, even… Read More What people does the future need?
Guest post by Amy Hetherington, A bit about me: I have a few humanities degrees from various universities in Canada and the UK, and a PhD in Museum Studies from University of Leicester. My research and work focus has been on digital technologies in museums and how they can be used to engage the public.… Read More Learning Digital Literacy
This is a project that has very sympathetic aims to Future Views… Annette Mees has asked us to share this call to participate in The Future Assembly at Oval House, London, on 10th and 11th of September, 10-5pm both days. The Future Assembly is about young and old working together to design a collective future… Read More The Future Assembly
This guest post comes from Cliff Manning who is Children and Young People Digital Engagement Manager for the Children’s Commissioner for England. You can read the original and other pieces by him on his Medium blog. The US presidential election is being hijacked by weaponized WikiLeaks! The Turkish ruler rallied supporters in the middle of… Read More Connected Citizenship
Blogpost by Fatima Khuzem, who is working with Flow to design the Future Views toolkit As we develop the toolkit to engage youth for the Future Views project, we constantly have to address what the youth of today think about their futures, do they think about it at all ? How can we help… Read More Gazing at ‘The Future’