Teach the Future
Prepare students for tomorrow, teach the future today!
The Teach the Future community is dedicated to bringing futures thinking to schools, educators and students around the world. We believe that young people of any age can learn to think critically and creatively about the future and develop the agency to influence it. By teaching the future we equip youngsters to face uncertainty and empower them to envision and create their preferred future.
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6 March 2020 – This year we will convene a council for the future in which everyone is invited. The […]
Last year the KinderTrendrede was adapted as an official document for the city council to act on. Depla, the mayor […]
10 June 2020 – Helsinki, Finland JOIN US! As we are a network of all enthusiastic people working on the […]
10–12 June 2020 – Helsinki, Finland As we move further into the 21st century, we need to renew our understanding […]Agenda
‘The best way to predict the future is to create it yourself.’
We know that hope for the future is a primary predictor of success, but schools offer few practical tools to help students make sense of change or to explore their role in shaping the future. Want to help youngsters become the creator of their own future? Join us and prepare students for tomorrow by teaching the future today.
Teaching the future is crucial to tackle global challenges, such as a changing workplace, emerging climate changes and upcoming technologies. Investing in futures education will help teachers to prepare their students for changes and deal with uncertainties. Teaching the future means helping youngsters acquire 21st skills, such as creative thinking and collaboration in order to tackle complex problems.
- We have worked with 25.000 students
- We have worked with 500 teachers
- We have worked with 25 schools
- We are active in 16 coutries over the world
- We are active in all levels of education
Futures Day – March 6th
6 March 2020 – This year we will convene a council for the future in which everyone is invited. The […]Read more
Futures Day, March 1st!
1 March 2019 – Join the Global Conversation about the Future on Futures Day, March 1st! The future is constantly present […]Read more
Futures Day 2019 – a sample of TTF’s activities
Futures Day was celebrated all around the world on March 1. Futures Day is a worldwide theme day aimed at sparking […]Read more
Last year the KinderTrendrede was adapted as an official document for the city council to act on. Depla, the mayor […]Read more
We have hubs in 16 countries.
We develop learning events and experiences with organisations and advocators worldwide. These activities are aimed at providing youngsters a stage to shine and share their future visions. Check out our latest events.Read more
In need of inspiration, coaching or want our input for your specific project? Look no further, we offer all kinds of services, ranging from free teaching materials to paid services, such as teacher trainings.Read more
We offer all kinds of tools & materials on futures education, such as a starter package for teachers and an extensive library of teaching materials. You can also share your materials in our library. Browse all tools and materials.Read more
Want to stay updated on anything related to futures education? We share our favorite articles, books, movies and other resources dedicated to futures education with you via our bookmarks page.Read more
Who we are
Teach the Future is a non-profit organisation dedicated to bringing foresight and futures thinking to schools and students around the world. Founded in 2014, Teach the Future has grown into a worldwide community of educators and advocators dedicated to empower teachers and youngsters around the globe.
We are a global network with local hubs in 16 different countries and counting. Our hubs are managed by advocators who are kickstarting the Teach the Future movement in their regions. Want to join the nearest Teach the Future community? Click the link below and meet the team.
'Sometimes when we think of amazing plans, we get stuck on the quick solutions and things that will benefit us in the short run. Things don’t ever go the way they’re supposed to.'
High school student reflecting on a Teach the Future workshop