Teach the Future @ An Interesting Day

October 27, 2016 11:14


Do you also find it important to inspire our kids to co-create the future with us? By bringing future thinking into the classroom we hope to help youngsters to embrace change and to actively understand their role in creating their own future and that of the world around them.

Teach the Future is a foundation that helps to bring future thinking into the classroom. They had a great first session April this year at MMousse**, a beautiful downtown oasis in Amsterdam, where they joined forces with a group of inspiring co-believers and discussed the roll-out strategy for together bringing future thinking into schools in the Netherlands and Europe.

Their next session will take place during An Interesting Day on November 25th, from 15:00 – 17:00 in Amsterdam. They will show you some practical lessons / tools on how to bring future thinking into the classroom. And would like to hear from you, about your experience and tools teaching the future. Together we can bring this forward and let our youngsters become the entrepreneur of their own future.

Registration & Access

Like to join? This session is part of An Interesting Day, but is also accessible as a separate event without tickets to An Interesting Day*. Please do register via Eventbrite (free of charge). Do you have an interesting future lesson or experience you would like to bring in during the event, we look forward to hearing from you. Please contact Erica Bol at erica@teachthefuture.org.

Only Teach the Future’s session is freely accessible. For the morning-part and the other parallel sessions, a full ticket for An Interesting Day is required. You can get those here. For more info, contact info@dutchfuturesociety.nl or erica@teachthefuture.org

** For all of you that are looking for an inspiring and creative location, MMousse is generously offering a 10% discount coupon for those of you that want to make a positive difference in the world.  Login below to receive the code.

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