“Tell me and I will forget, teach me and I will remember, involve me and I will learn.”–Benjamin Franklin
“Those who can’t do, teach. Those who can’t teach, teach gym.”–Woody Allen
My apologies to all you educators out there. I just had to get that Woody Allen line in. It makes sense, though, that teaching something as fluid, changing and uncertain as the future requires creative tools to involve the student and develop the appropriate mindset. In episode #5 I talk with two individuals who are taking different approaches to the task.
The first interview is with career futurist educator, Peter Bishop, founder of Teach the Future.™ His aim is nothing less than to make future-think modules a standard in education. I then talk with game developer Robert Mattox about his old school approach to involvement–a board game. Appropriate links to all the subjects in this program can be found below the audio and YouTube files that follow. A reminder that Seeking Delphi is available on iTunes, and has a channel on YouTube. You can also follow us on Facebook.
Podcast #5: Teaching And Learning The Future, 26:50
Smart robots will outnumber people by 2050
McDonald’s to kill the drive-through with mobile ordering and curbside delivery.
SpaceX plans lunar tourism next year.
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