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October 21, 2015

Predicting The Future

go to link October 21, 2015.

Anyone who calls themselves a movie fan of the 80s knows what this date represents. In Back to The Future Part II, “Doc” Brown and Marty McFly took a little trip to the year 2015 to rescue Marty’s future children from life altering failure. Specifically, October 21, 2015. That is today,

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which has been appropriately deemed as Back to The Future Day! I’m a huge BTTF fan as you may have already guessed. I have t-shirts, Legos, and even have a flux capacitor phone charger in my car (insert geek jokes here).

While we don’t have flying cars, hoverboards, or Nikes with power laces we do have many other pretty amazing abilities: video conferencing, wearable technology, and this little thing called the internet just to name a few .  It’s still amazing to me that we have the ability to take our students anywhere in the world, even if it is virtually. Learning is not limited to a classroom or even a school. It certainly is not limited to only happen during school hours either. We can connect with anyone in the world, and we can be a publisher and contributor of content for the whole world to see. These are all powerful learning abilities that were not possible 15-20 years ago.

While we don’t have our Delorean with built-in Flux Capacitor to learn what education will look like in another 5, 10, or 30 years from now, we do have some pretty incredible learning opportunities right now that can feel pretty futuristic. Are you (schools, districts, leaders, and teachers) doing everything you can to leverage these resources to bring the world to our students? Let’s make connecting and contributing to the world a priority to help create the future of education that our students deserve. 1.21 gigawatts not required.

 

 

 

 

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