In episode 5 of We Make The Future, we explore just that, the future. Mark Stevenson describes himself as a reluctant futurologist, but his work helping companies, governments, and NGOs with future narratives, institutional innovation and learning means, reluctant or not, he’s uniquely placed to tell us what’s coming.
In this guest post, we find out how STEAM helps children in hospital not only keep learning, but also aid their recovery.
In the latest episode of our podcast, We Make The Future, we explore physical movement and embodied learning (listen here).
In the latest episode of our podcast, We Make The Future, we explore polymaths and gender with Dr. Jess Wade from Imperial College London.
We love it when people hack and mod pi-tops in ways we hadn’t even thought about, and this one is a beauty!
Singapore is leading the way in abolishing some school exam rankings, stating that ‘learning is not competition’. So how do we work out what we value if we no longer value exam results? We think we have the answer…
Episode two of our podcast, We Make The Future, is out now and we’re running a competition to celebrate! The second episode of our podcast is all about maker spaces; how to design then, use them and crucially, fund them. Maker spaces are spreading across the globe, but often administrators and teachers have a difficult time finding ways to […]
We’re delighted to launch We Make The Future, our new collection of audio interviews that will explore the future of education, making, and technology. The technology now extends out capabilities to return the reasons for making into the learning experience In the first episode, host Andrew Webb interviews Dr. William Rankin about the idea of change; […]
Happy weekend! Time to kick back and catch up on all the education and maker news you might have missed this week. So without further ado, here’s our weekly best of the web reading list.
As a piece of publicity, you’ve got to admire it. Sell a painting for £1m and as the auctioneer’s gavel hits the mahogany woodwork of Sotheby’s, half shred it before the world’s media.