How to enhance “future literacy” is the leading topic of the Futurium, the Berlin based Museum of the Futures. It wants to inspire and empower citizens to deal with complex future issues in a creative and action-oriented way and to find your own answers to the big questions of humanity's future. The “Future Box” is the museum’s educational serious game which helps groups to develop visions of the futures on the subject of energy, work, cities, food and health. The “Future Box” uses innovative methods from futurology and design thinking. It consists of cards containing information and working materials as well as various instructions on how to apply future methods. In this workshop we will tackle the future of health in an online presentation of the game – guided by Antonia Kapretz Education Expert working for the Futurium and members of the SEP-Day team. Depending on the interest in the workshop, we will try to establish a team after the SEP-day to create a “Future Box” for the future of science in cooperation with the Futurium.
15:30 onwards | Online | Max. 20 People
Antonia Kapretz, education enthusiast at the Museum Futurium in Berlin, is an expert on the digitalization of educational content for schools, kindergartens and parents as well as a coach for advanced trainings for teachers and others in the pedagogical practice. She has a degree in Product Design from UdK Berlin, studied creative writing at NYU and mastered Otto Scharmer’s MOOG “Changing Society, Business and Self”.