20 July 2010, by Richard
The third seminar in the series was a stimulating and engaging day, highlighting the many methodological and practical connections between futures practice and education research, and raising many relevant and difficult questions about the best ways of using these interdisciplinary continuities to effect change in the real world. Fuller notes from the day are on their way: in the meantime, here are some of the slides from the event. First, these from Richard Slaughter‘s presentation:
Slides from Giasemi Vavoula:
And these from Richard Sandford:
Looking forward very much to building on the discussions from the day at the next seminar, addressing the ethical questions around the responsibilities and challenges faced by education and future practitioners in supporting individual and social change.