How many futures are possible? What do you think is possible for your future?
Young people are crying out for solutions and actions to give them their future back. We wondered how science learning can help us face uncertainty and create possibilities for a better future for young people and the planet.
The I SEE project created learning modules on topics that will be big parts of our futures: artificial intelligence, quantum computing, and climate change and carbon sequestration. But they‘re different from your typical science class; in our modules students get to play with the future, learn to anticipate possible future scenarios, and dream about their futures.
Students and teachers engage together in scientific inquiry, becoming co-investigators into fascinating topics. They get to experience real world scientific practice and meet scientists and researchers who are working to make the future better.
These new ways of thinking lead into future imagination activities, then to design strategies that address challenges and create a pathway forward to a desirable future.
Science education is not just for understanding the world but also for taking action and contributing to change in the world.
It‘s your time to imagine the futures.