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Monday, April 24 • 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Inquiry and Innovation (i2) Time: Where Student Passions and Design Thinking Intersect

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Come learn and discuss how students can develop their passions and lifelong learning skills while focusing on the needs of others. First follow the journey our students took from identifying areas where they wanted to make an impact and skills they wanted to learn, to prototyping innovative ways to address a problem, to reflecting on their process in an i2 Talk for the school community. Then share and discuss similar student directed projects, logistics, challenges, and benefits to students.

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Elaine Wrenn

Assistant Head of School: Director of Curriculum, Technology & Innovation, Echo Horizon School
I work with teachers and kids to give them the tools and the freedom to develop into enthusiastic lifelong learners. I began my teaching career as a Demonstration Teacher at the Lab School at UCLA and came to Echo Horizon in 1993 with a vision of supporting all teachers in integrating technology into curriculum. We first adopted mobile computing in 1998 and when we saw its potential for transforming learning, we never looked back. Our 1:1 program began in 2003 and currently all students and faculty have 1:1 access to an iPad, a MacBook Air, or an iPad mini... Read More →


Monday April 24, 2017 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Studio 4