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The Value of the Scenario Analysis Tool and Futures Thinking to Assist Systematic Change

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posted on 09.06.2021, 22:47 by Peter Carey

This article examines the benefits of scenario analysis and futures thinking in assisting systematic change, as well as the effects and challenges of new disruptive digital technologies. New approaches to education and schooling should be considered in identifying the objectives and goals for young Australians' education today and in the future in order to address and achieve such aims. It has been proposed that there are a number of moments when educators are ‘touching the future,' and that scenario analysis and futures thinking can help predict the new shape of Australian education.

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peter.j.carey@postgrad.curtin.edu.au

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Australia

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PhD Student

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Curtin University

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