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UPDATE: We're sad to share that this event has been cancelled due to low registration – we’re glad to hear that you have the tips and tricks you need to avoid the zombie apocalypse! In case you don’t, we’re sharing the session materials to check them out when you can!
What's that spooky chill in the air? Summer camp may be over but it's never too late to flip scary stories and create better futures together! Join us for a re-watch party and live discussion around the breakout session "Learning Futures: Avoiding the Zombie Apocalypse to Create the Brave New World." We'll view the recording together while conversing in the Zoom chat, and then discuss live with Kim Flintoff, Learning Futures Advisor, Curtin University. You are welcome to join the whole session or to watch the session recording ahead of time and join the Q&A/discussion about 3:45p.m. PDT (GMT-7).
Learning Futures: Avoiding the Zombie Apocalypse to Create the Brave New World
Heather Haseley & Dan Munnerley Co-Executive Directors and Lead Design Architects, Learning Futures, ASU & Kim Flintoff, Learning Futures Advisor, Curtin University
In this skin-crawling session, feed your brain (brains, braaaains!) with fresh perspectives from innovators who have dared to challenge archaic approaches and lived to tell the story. View the next-generation of edu through the lens of horror movie tropes that the presenters, learning futures architects from the US and Australia, have personally experienced. Navigating the unwritten chapters of teaching and learning will entail plot twists (hello COVID! and What funding?) and diverse casts of characters. How we approach each small element of the story has grand implications for the learners turning to institutions to carve out their own happy endings. Join Heather, Kim and Dan for actionable tips for making it all manageable -- because sometimes the monsters turn out to be just trees. Together, let’s deploy bold new narratives in education ... and save the world.