When we dreamscape, we go beyond what we already know and into the possibility of what might be. Education design highlights the possible and allows us to sculpt it into existence.
Every generation eventually grapples with the shackles of the past, attempts to assert their power, and struggles to define and shape the society that they live in.
When I write about Dreamscaping education, I am writing about the need for dialogue. Dialogue is an integral part of Dreamscaping. In order to Dreamscape education, we need to have a conversation about what we want education to be, what learning is, and how we can work together to bring about this new and inclusive vision.
What exactly do we mean when we talk about education. Are we referring to the process of learning or are we talking about the formal institution of schooling? Both fall under the term “education,” but are in no way the same thing. Dreamscaping and Lovescaping deconstruct these terms to highlight current inequalities in education and offer solutions to these injustices.