Escaping the Matrix:
After SAM's interview with past philosophers, Mr Laurence fished out two tablets from his pocket: a red tablet and a blue tablet.
"This red tablet, when consumed, will transport you to a world of imagination where you can create your own school of future. You will be able to conjure your image of the school of the future. If you are feeling unsure, you can take the blue tablet. It will allow you to remain in the present state, just that you will forget our conversation," said Mr Laurence.
SAM paused for a second. He then stretched out his hand and grabbed the red tablet.
SAM felt a strange feeling within him. His head started to spin. He found that his surroundings starting to dissolve. He knew he was there but he can no longer feel his existence. He fell into a deep comatose.
When he woke up, he saw Mr Laurence in a weird shiny suit. He noticed he was wearing a futuristic looking suit.
"Where am I?" asked SAM, scanning his surrounding.
"Welcome aboard. You are on my spaceship. You are the one we are looking for. These are my crew members. Like you, we are on a quest to create our school of the future. This is how we envision the infrastructure of our future school will be like ten years down the road."
Up, up and away...
From the ground up:
Infrastructure is an essential part of any school. It should provide an environment conducive for students to learn and teacher to work. It should allow students to learn, without having them worry about anything else, and through facilities that will aid their learning process. We envision the infrastructure of our school of the future to be shaped around two areas, Information Technology (IT) and efficient architecture.
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