Education and Learning Possibilities by the Year 2030

Using the Real-Time Delphi

Invitation - Instructions - The questionnaire

Invitation

On behalf of the Millennium Project of the American Council for the United Nations University, we have the honor to invite you to participate in a study on Education and Learning Possibilities by the Year 2030.

The purpose of this study is to provide a global picture of potential futures of education and learning that will be used as an input to the new Vision of Korea for 2030 report to the Ministry of Education. Our study will address education in a global sense, not specific Korean issues as such. Applications from this global study will be focused on Korea by a different team assembled by the Korean Node of the Millennium Project. The results of this global assessment will be published in the next State of the Future.

You are invited to take part in this process by providing your judgments in the on line questionnaire at www.realtimedelphi.com. No attributions will be made, but respondents will be listed as participants.

You do not have to complete this questionnaire in one visit. When you return to the questionnaire it will contain your previous answers and the inputs provided by others. You can change your previous textual and numeric answers as often as you like. You are encouraged to return to this questionnaire several times before the deadline of January 17, 2007.

Please contact Elizabeth Florescu <acunu@igc.org> if you have any questions or need clarification about this invitation.

We look forward to including your views, and to sharing the results with you.

Sincerely yours,

Jerome C. Glenn, Director, Millennium Project
Theodore Gordon, Senior Fellow, Millennium Project


Instructions:

- access the questionnaire at www.realtimedelphi.com

- at your first visit, you are requested to register (enter your email address and postal address to which we should mail the results)

- when you return to the questionnaire, provide just your email address (which is always your login key)

- proceed to the questionnaire

- when asked for the access code, please enter: "edu” [Note: the questionnaire is not available online after the deadline]

- read and follow the instructions provided on the questionnaire page

Please contact Elizabeth Florescu <acunu@igc.org> if you have any questions or need clarifications.

We look forward to including your views, and to sharing the results with you.

Sincerely yours,

Jerome C. Glenn, Director, Millennium Project
Theodore Gordon, Senior Fellow

 

The Millennium Project is a worldwide system for collecting, analyzing, and synthesizing judgments about emerging global challenges that may affect the human condition. Its annual State of the Future and other special reports are used by decision-makers and educators to add focus to important issues, clarify choices, and improve the quality of decisions. Since the Project's beginning in 1996, over 2,000 people have participated in the Project’s questionnaires and interviews.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Current Sponsors: Applied Materials, Dar Almashora (for Kuwait Petroleum Corporation), Deloitte & Touche LLP, Ford Motor Company, U.S. Army Environmental Policy Institute Inkind: CIM Engineering, Smithsonian Institution, World Future Society, and World Federation of United Nations Associations

Planning Committee
Alper Alsan
Mohsen Bahrami
Eduardo Raul Balbi
Eleonora Barbieri-Masini
Peter Bishop
Frank Catanzaro
Paul Crake
José Luis Cordeiro
George Cowan
Cornelia Daheim
Francisco Dallmeier
Philippe Destatte
Nadezhda Gaponenko
Michel Godet
John Gottsman
Miguel A. Gutierrez
Sirkka Heinonen
Hazel Henderson
Arnoldo José de Hoyos
Reyhan Huseynova
Zhouying Jin
Geci Karuri
Anandhavalli Mahadevan
Kamal Zaki Mahmoud
Shinji Matsumoto
Rubin Nelson
Pavel Novacek
Concepción Olavarrieta
Youngsook Park
Charles Perrottet
Cristina Puentes-Markides
David Rejeski
Saphia Richou
Stanley G. Rosen
Yair Sharan
Mihaly Simai
Rusong Wang
Paul Werbos
Paul Wildman
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Ismail Al-Shatti
John Fittipaldi
Eduard Martin
Michael K. O’Farrell
Michael Stoneking
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Jerome C. Glenn, Director
Theodore J. Gordon, Senior Fellow
Elizabeth Florescu, Research Director
Hayato Kobayashi, Research Asst
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