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on 10/05/2023

Bring a ‘deep time’ perspective to your student’s learning. 

Imagine if students could ground their learning in Earth’s 4.5 billion year history, as they look to the future?

What if students were able to bring consideration of ecological and cultural impact of their futures thinking, research, design and entrepreneurship?  

This 2 hour interactive workshop for students in Years 7 - 12 explores world views, natures design principles, and place.  

1. Worldviews and culture 

We explore some of the ways we humans make sense of the world; deep time perspectives, the genius of nature's design principles, acknowledging First Nations wisdom, complex systems and culture.

2.  Regenerative frameworks 

We explore models and approaches to help students to sense and understand place, and begin to explore the ecological and cultural potential of place. 

3.  Techniques to navigate ambiguity 

Building on existing curriculum, we embed practical evidence based methods to cultivate self-awareness, self-compassion, realistic optimism and belonging.

Australian Curriculum Alignment (Version 9) 

The Deep Time Labs and Regenerative Futures Labs align with the Australian Curriculum (version 9) Sustainability Cross Curriculum Priority, across all of the four organising ideas; systems, worldviews, design and futures. 

TO ENQUIRE OR BOOK a Regenerative Futures Lab contact the team at Earth Time World: or call Trish Hansen on 0412 017 020. 

Regenerative Futures Lab

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