24 Aug, 2020

Problem Solving for the Future: Teaching Using Scenarios and Backcasting

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Volume XLII, No. 32 | August 27, 2020 Problem Solving for the Future: Teaching Using Scenarios and Backcasting Depictions of the future in popular media tend to focus on humanoid robots, space travel, and other new technologies, but “the future” encompasses much more than these developments. Thinking about the future includes [...]

28 Jan, 2020

How Will This Help Me Get a Job?

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Volume XLII, No. 2 | January 30, 2020 How Will This Help Me Get a Job? With the cost of education skyrocketing, and more pressure than ever being placed on securing a high-paying job after graduation, students often become frustrated by courses or activities they feel are a waste of time and [...]

30 Aug, 2018

Three “M” Philosophy: Meaningful, Measurable, and Manageable

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Volume XL, No. 27 | August 30, 2018 Three “M” Philosophy: Meaningful, Measurable, and Manageable Currently, four generations of educators are working side by side: baby-boomers, echo-boomers, Generation X’ers, and millennials. Professional roles are about to be passed on from the generation that elected President Kennedy to the generation that elected President [...]