Curricula: The Future Products Project
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When thinking about the future and what sorts of goods and services will be required and then developed, it is important to have a clear vision (or as clear as possible) of the type of society that will exist. And the time frame is also a key factor. From our perspective, here and now in the present, how far ahead should one look? Ten, twenty, fifty or a hundred years? Designing for the future is always a dicey business because we won't really know, will we? There is a great deal of risk involved. After all, what if we are wrong? It's difficult to say, oops, then head in another direction. This is especially true given that a large number of corporations …
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Publication information: Article title: Curricula: The Future Products Project. Contributors: Not available. Magazine title: Teach. Publication date: March/April 2001. Page number: Insert. © Quadrant Educational Enterprises Inc. May/Jun 2007. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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