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By observing how the past has influenced the present, humankind can examine and analyze the trends for the future so that change can be met with confidence.
“...the best way to cope with the future is to help create it.” Arthur C. Clarke

Stream Description

Humans often endeavor to adapt to the future through speculation and conjecture. We increase our ability to accommodate the future by examining how we have responded to personal, social and technological changes of the past and present. In this stream students will investigate trends to predict changes for both the near and distant future. Students will create and develop a new civilization in space on a previously uninhabited celestial body. Because students must be able to synthesize information and make logical decisions for the new environment, this stream will also contain instruction to develop organizational proficiency, critical thinking, and problem solving skills.

Simulation Descriptions

Simulation 1: Should We Stay or Should We Go

The Summit of World Leaders is a life changing event where global issues will be debated. This debate, and decisions made therein, affect more than those involved; it affects even those without representation as we proceed on what will be the most important decision of our lifetime.


Simulation 2: Colony!

It is the beginning of the 24th century. The world has changed dramatically over the past 300 years. Like our ancestors that came to the new world in the 1600s, you have been chosen as a select group to explore and colonize new worlds.