Emerging Technologies & Science and the Imagination

Science and Imagination Event at ASU: October 25-27, 2012

There has been a good deal of discussion over the last few years about the emerging future of learning, education, and assessment and how we can shape that future towards possibilities for paradigm change and avoid the perils of reproducing our traditional grammar of schooling, especially in an age of growing inequality.

At this event, speakers asked us to imagine the longer term future for learning and education we want and how we could make it happen, not in terms of abstractions, but in terms of what might actually exist and happen in such a future.

Sponsored by the Gordon Commission, the ASU Center for Games and Impact, the ASU Center for Science and Imagination, and the Carnegie Mellon Working Examples Project.