present past future

Reliving the past and creating the future

A curriculum for a new subject in Secondary school
Living Learning
System (LLS)

The pedagogical theories and didactical framework for learning in PresentPastFuture are integrated into the ten pillars of the Living Learning System (LLS).

21st century skills

21st-century skills (learning skills, literacy skills, and life skills) are integrated into all three modules of the course.

01.
learning skills
  • Creativity
  • Critical Thinking
  • Communication
  • Collaboration
02.
literacy skills
  • Information Literacy
  • Media Literacy
  • ICT Literacy
03.
life skills
  • Flexibility & Adaptability
  • Initiative & Self Direction
  • Social & Cross-Cultural Skills
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Huneidi & Schreurs
Constructivism Based Blended Learning in Higher Education

«(…) teachers should use a variety of ICT tools such as synchronous and asynchronous learning technologies to facilitate and encourage collaboration, interaction, communication, and knowledge construction and sharing among the students.» (2012, p. 4)

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Clay Bavor
Google
VP of Virtual and Augmented Reality

VR can put you anywhere, and AR can bring anything to you. VR can transport you somewhere else. AR leaves you where you are and brings objects and information to you, in context, making them seem like they’re there with you. They both give you superpowers

Critical thinking, communication, collaboration, contribution, and creativity are essential. Having fun while learning. Instant assessment is an important part of PresentPastFuture.
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Accurate assessment. Advanced AI and ubiquitous learning.
TIMELY AND PRECISE ASSESMENT
Collaboration 100%
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Creativity 100%
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Critical thinking 100%
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Communication 100%
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