Archive for February, 2016

Come see us speak on The Learning Remix at SXSW/SXCREATE 2016

10468373_10107223197356470_4168227215007150130_nDerek Woodgate and Maggie Duval are speaking on the Learning Remix at SXSW/SXCreate Rooms 1 & 2 at the Palmer Center, 900 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, TX , 11th March 2016 at 3.30 – 4.30 pm.
We will also have a 20×20 ft display at SXCREATE for STEAM³.

http://schedule.sxsw.com/2016/events/event_PP91916

TFL to present STEAM³ at SXCreate at SXSW 2016

TFL will have a 20×20 exhibit at the Palmer Center in Austin, TX at SXCreate 11-13 March 2016, to present our STEAM³ concept. We will demonstrate and display multiple aspects and dimensions of this highly successful project. We will be supported by our partner, Interactive Entertainment Systems and Joey Lopez’s team from Convergent Media.

TFL consulting with Jack Morton in Chicago on experiential design for future of construction industry

In continuing their collaboration and consulting for the Association of Equipment Manufactures for whom amongst other aspects we created an in-depth foresight project on the future of the construction industry, TFL is currently consulting with the Jack Morton agency in Chicago to develop the design and implementation of a large-scale interactive and immersive installation about the future of the construction industry.

Happy 2016 – Entering our 20th Year

Happy New Year to all our clients, friends, collaborators, and staff. This is a particularly exciting year for The Futures Lab. It is our 20th year in business. It has been a fantastic experience and success and we are pleased to announce that we will have a celebratory event later in the year, that will involve not just our operation in the USA, but our partners and offices around the world. We will also create a new logo for the company. The current logo has served us well. It was designed by our ex-colleague Wayne Pethrick in 2003 along with the rest of our visual design.

TFL’s Future Entertainment and Events Lab produces the Association of Professional Futurists’ Annual gathering in Atlanta

TFL’s Future Entertainment and Events Lab produced the Association of Professional Futurists’ annual three-day – gathering at the Artmore Hotel APF_Logo_All_Color_CMYK-01 revisedin Atlanta in October 2015. The program was curated by our President, Derek Woodgate and Joe Tankersley, Principal of Unique Visions.
Titled “The Learning Remix” – the program included:

Dr. Ronald G. Kander, Executive Dean,
Kanbar College of Design, Engineering and Commerce
Philadelphia University

Melissa Wade, A faculty member of Emory University in the Division of Educational Studies, Melissa is a principle founder of the national Urban Debate League.

Dr. Stephen Harmon, Professor and Chair of the Learning Technologies Division, College of Education, Georgia State University

Martin Muider, Professor and Chair of the Education and Competence Studies Group Wegeningen University School of Social Sciences

This was followed by a visit to Georgia Tech to witness demonstrations of new learning approaches involving AI and gamification with Brian Magerko, Associate Professor of Digital Media, Director of the Adaptive Digital Media (ADAM) Lab.

Julian Allen, Director of Instructional Support, GSU spoke on How adaptive are we? – The call for a new learning ecosystem at Curve – Collaborative University Research & Visualization Environment, GSU.

A Panel followed on Aperture Learning – Life is learning, Learning is life – from dynamic mentoring to micro modular learning pathways and future learning environments – Moderator: Derek Woodgate, Panelists: Rex Miller, Jason Swanson, Bridgette Engeler Newbury, Wendy

Jake Dunagan, Research Director at Institute for the Future, leading the Governance Futures Lab’s collaboration game.
A Debate followed: Traditionalists vs. Futurists (Teaching vs. Learning)
APF Board Chair, Dr Cindy Frewen provided an APF Update.
The final session involved Derek Woodgate leading a team assignment to build a future foresight curriculum with approach.

TFL’s STEAM³ – The Future of Education Conference and Interactive Playground was a massive success

Derek at STEAM3

TFL's President opens STEAM³

TFL’s President opens STEAM³

The STEAM³ Conference and Interactive Playground jointly produced by TFL’s Learning Innovations in Future Education (LIFE) and Georgia State University was highly successful with a wonderful turnout, 18 amazing speakers and 23 interactive and immersive installations reflecting experimental and innovative approaches to STEAM. Full report at www.steam3.com. One of the most exciting aspects of the event beyond the globally renowned expert speakers and Playground participants was the large number of schools and learning institutions that brought there students to experience the potential future of education. The event was designed, curated and produced by TFL’s Future Entertainment and Events Lab.

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