Topic 4 Imagining a World of the Future

We keep this section empty and open as an invitation to imagine for young people. You know how to listen and to support them in asking the questions they need to ask.

It’s important that young people have opportunities to set the agenda, to connect with their ‘sacred values’, to discuss the issues that they think are important, to express and explore those ideas in ways that make sense to them, to manifest their thinking publicly and have opportunities for real agency and change.

Talk with young people about how they want to express and explore their ideas: film, podcast, Instagram, Tiktok, literature..

Contemporary art practice offers lots of different ideas for engagement. See The Enquiring Classroom for some ideas as a starting point. Think about slogans, statements, silence, instruction pieces, the lives of things, hidden stories, transforming space, re-imagining pedagogy and curriculum.