Dispatch from an advertisng future #81


“Learning moments” had changed recently. As the “new normal” was imposed on the schools, and the new National Curriculum and assessment framework had been rolled out, teachers had been programmed to stress STEM skills but, as the remaining industries demanded a creative workforce, there’d been a new emphasis on critical and philosophical “moments”. Questions were more “why?” Acceptable responses became more thought full and discursive. She adjusted her glasses and looked at the question. The lens recognised the Ring of Gyges and began the dialogue on injustice. Her eyes darted looking for the answer button. It had been there earlier.