As part of the Class of 2032 Project, a series of documentary films will be produced to explore relevant topics in our conversation about the future school experience. The first installment, Schooling for a Digital Culture introduces the context for the project from the perspective of a three-year-old boy called Ray. The film examines the origins of our Digital Culture and discusses the most pressing issues that are currently challenging the traditional system of schooling.
As part of our crowdsourcing initiative, we have developed an ideation workshop that engages students, parents, and educators in a conversation about the future school experience. We have generated over 1500 unique ideas thus far. The fifty-minute workshop fits perfectly into a lesson block or expanded for a more substantial professional development experience. Please contact us if you’re interested in scheduling the Class of 2032 Professional Development Experience.
Class of 2032 Mobile App
In partnership with Xennial Digital the Class of 2032 app helps facilitate a 1-hour workshop that can serve as part of a lesson or professional development session for teachers. As part of this experience, participants will be introduced to ideation strategies and encouraged to identify trends and potential issues regarding the future of schooling. The Class of 2032 mobile app is available for tablet devices and can be downloaded for free from the Apple and Android app stores.