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Learning Futures Collaboratives

Learning Futures Collaboratives are intended to meet the goals of developing future-focused, ideas-driven, high-impact research agendas among MLFTC faculty and graduate students.

The Learning Futures initiative at MLFTC seeks to offer experiences, develop resources and strategies, and conduct and support research, all aimed at collaborating with education leaders to design what learning can and should look like in the future.

The Learning Futures Collaboratives

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Project OASIS – Optimizing Access for Students in Schools

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Mapping the emerging AI landscape and implications for K-12 students

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Artificial Intelligence in Education

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Education, sustainability and global futures

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Imagination and futures thinking for K12

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Learning and Educating Across Refugee/(Im)migrant Networks (LEARN)

Learning Futures podcast

Learning Futures Podcast

What if education systems were doing more and thinking differently about preparing learners to thrive in the future? Co-hosts Sean Leahy and Punya Mishra discuss improving education and the future of learning. Learn more

Latest Episode

Dec 19, 2023

Generative AI 2023 a Year in Review

This episode takes a retrospective review of one of the most transformative technologies of our time - generative AI. Our panel of experts, including Punya Mishra, Sean Leahy, Rachna Mathur, and Kellie Kreiser, explores the impact of AI on various fields and reflects on personal experiences with this transformative technology. From academic conferences to real-life applications and philosophical musings, this discussion is a must-listen for anyone interested in the intersection of AI, education, and daily life.

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Explore our resources to find multimedia content, activities, readings and more to dig into the futures of learning.