Mobile technology is taking over and nowhere is this more apparent than in the healthcare industry.
Teach the Future is delighted to announce the opening of Tomorrow’s Learning Library. Teach the Future is a not-for-profit organization established to encourage and support teachers and administrators to introduce futures thinking in their classes and schools around the world. The Learning Library is a collection of materials that teachers can use to introduce their students to the study of the future. It contains activities, lessons, units and courses developed by Teach the Future staff and by other futurists and educators.
Spring is my favorite season. After spending most of the past few months indoors it is nice to be able to shed my winter clothes and enjoy Texas weather at its best.
It’s Super Tuesday and as usual Texas is proving that everything is bigger in The Lone Star State. We hear so much about Iowa and New Hampshire, but Texas alone has more delegates than any of the other states that have conducted a primary or caucus to date, combined!
Dr. Andy Hines explores dramatic changes in the future of the work and changing roles for women as they become the main breadwinners.
I had lunch with a colleague today who made a generous contribution to Teach the Future. As a result, she earned the right to designate a teacher for coaching on teaching the future. She is close to her daughter’s high school, and wants to designate someone, but does not know how to approach the teacher or the principal with this opportunity. “Who is this for?” she asked. “Is it for a specific subject? Or for a specific type of teacher?”
If you had to suggest ten books that a prospective futurist should read – starting from a tabula rasa (limited or no previous exposure), what would be on your list? It’s hard to do, and I cheated a little bit, by offering other suggestions and grouping them under loose categories or types. 1.Introductory Overviews Ed […]
It was an exciting July 4th weekend with food, fun aSaurage Blog July 4th 2015 Postnd fireworks. Matt Stonie won the 2015 Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest at Coney Island by scarfing down 62 hot dogs in 10 minutes. That is a total of 17,360 calories and 1.116 grams of fat – not including the bun!
Paying attention, it’s so simple, yet we don’t do it. We are so distracted by all of the “other” things we need to do that we can’t focus on what is in front of us in the moment. Paying attention is the one thing that connects us with what is happening right now. As a […]
In 2014, Merriam-Webster officially added the word “Selfie” to the dictionary with the approved definition as an image of oneself taken by oneself using a digital camera for posting on social networks. And while not officially included in Merriam-Webster’s dictionary, the spin-off word “Usie” is also gaining popularity. While the definition of usie is pretty […]