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Tuesday, April 25 • 9:30am - 11:15am
Design Thinking in K-8 Education

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Explore and embrace the design thinking process as a methodology to recharge teaching and learning in classrooms and schools.  Participants will be taken through a rapid design thinking process, based on the Stanford d.School model, to engage in a dynamic learning experience that could be taken back to the learning environment. Discuss the pedagogy underlying this framework and its relevance and develop a lesson and/or modify an existing lesson using the design thinking protocol. Participants will reflect on their own teaching and evaluate the many ways technology can be leveraged to augment the learning process, with the end result being an action plan.

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Dawn Berkeley

Educational Technology Coordinator, St. Albans School
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Lauren Marold

Lower School Computer Science and Engineering, Greenhill School
I am in my first year at Greenhill School where I am working as the Lower School Computer Science and Engineering teacher. I have been working as a K-8 Educational Technologist for going on ten years in independent schools in Dallas, TX. I have a background in arts and humanities... Read More →

Tuesday April 25, 2017 9:30am - 11:15am PDT
Studio 3