A philosophical and computational perspective: We are taught as children how to tell the time. But what about how to think about and understand time?

We are taught as children how to tell the time. But what about how to think about and understand time? It is not something that is objective and set in stone. Rather, as individuals and even within different parts of our bodies, we experience and internalise time in very different ways, affecting many areas of our lives. Charlotte’s talk will highlight some different constructs of time and propose ideas as to how we can use this information to learn more effectively, make better decisions and work creatively.

About the speaker

Charlotte Hayne is Director of Hackership and Advisor to the School of Machines, Making and Make Believe. A former teacher, she specialises in Training Programme and Workshop Design and consults to companies and NGOs. Additionally, she is currently authoring a book on education practice, and developing an ‘equality in tech’ toolkit.

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