January 24, 2012

The Horizon Report: Tales of a Future Past

The slides for my presentation at the Horizon Project Future of Education Tenth-Year Retreat are now online:

The Horizon Report: Tales of a Future Past

The video recording is also available - you can watch it here:

This has been a fascinating and intellectually invigorating experience - I'm looking forward to seeing the outcomes of the conversations that have taken place over the course of the retreat.

Posted by Ruben at January 24, 2012 2:36 PM | TrackBack

Thank you for sharing your version of the Horizon Report with us. I felt that your representation vs. the traditional, flat table format version is a perfect example of what you are trying to communicate in your presentation.

The first thing that I thought of at the beginning of this video when you mention, "what makes us human" was the significance of memories - our stories - our histories and how we use these in the present as tools to move. By moving I mean both physically, mentally and socially. How story telling makes it possible for humans to reflect, plan, make decisions, expand our way of thinking and see the beginning, the middle and the possible endings. I look forward to reading more stories about your experience at this retreat.

Posted by: Laura Nadeau at March 19, 2012 10:48 AM