Only 5 days? Too bad, if you had 7 you might be able to invent heaven and earth 😉

Can you talk about the future w/o understanding the past? Not necessarily in terms of the innovations, inventions, but the ideas that got us to this stage.

And what about roles in making the future? People will enter with their own eye view as teacher, administrator, techie, etc- it would seem necessary for them, maybe in scenarios, to appreciate the drivers on decision makers and the ways (or as someone mentions above, the processes) the future happens.

For exercise, it might also be using or looking at the market-based simulations for ed tech futures that Bryan Alexander is running for NITLE

Good luck, 5 days. Can you invent wings for humans?