September 21, 2020.

New York University, NY

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Education For An Unknowable Future

Organized by: Educational Communities Worldwide and 
New York University's Mindful Education Lab

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Goal of Conference

The future is unknowable. Humans have always fallen short when predicting what the future would look like, and schools have always made children pay the price for misunderstanding both their nature and the changing nature of society.

This conference brings together global stakeholders, education experts, students and teachers— young and old—to discuss education.  Discussions will center on what education looks like now, and what it needs to become to help children learn to solve the problems of today, and to confront the problems of an unknowable future.

Line Up of

Featured Speakers

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Bruce Homer

Researcher

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Joshua Aronson

Psychologist

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Pedro Noguera

Professor

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Pamela Paresky

Author

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Our Program Outline

Audience: Special people who care about education and who are change makers..
 
9 am-5 pm Symposia
 
Lunch break
 
Pot Luck cocktail hour: Attendees will bring wine, cheese, appetizer, or pay 25 dollars for the  day.

Kids First: What my education looks like; what I wish it looked like given the future I imagine

Taleena Chandaria 16, Geneva,Switzerland9.00
Abigail Butina (14) Maryland, USA
Ava Noguera(9), California, USA 9.30
Angela Diamond Momo from the Bronx, United States US
Zahara Williams Bronx, USA10.00
Jack McCarthy, CT United States of America. USA USA U
Malik, Brantly, 24 CT USA10.30
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The Promise and Perils of Technology

Adam Alter, Author of irresistible11.00
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Bruce Homer on gamification of learning11.30
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Emmanuel Nyame12.00
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Lunch & Networking Break

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Safety versus Safetyism: How to Keep our Kids Safe without coddling

Pamela Paresky14.00
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Pedro Noguera14.20
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PLAIN FRIES 15.00
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What should children Learn to prepare the for an unknowable future?

Joshua Aronson and Dana McCauley15.20
Four dimensional Learning
Okhee Lee15.40
Science Leanring for an Unknowable Future
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CONTACT US TO SPONSOR OR PARTNER

Joshua Aronson, PhD

Metropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools
New York University Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development
726 Broadway, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10003

T. 212-998-5100
800-4NYU-224
E. metrocenter@nyu.edu

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