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Saturday, October 27 • 10:20am - 11:10am
Using the Design Thinking Process to Develop Foundational Skills LIMITED

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Design thinking is a framework that serves two important purposes. One, identifying needs in our classrooms, schools, and districts for improvement and two, developing essential foundational skills like empathy, collaboration, and trial and error learning.  This session will guide participants through an overview of the design thinking process, offer applications to a variety content areas, and allow for practice with key strategies to use on Monday in the classroom or leadership team meeting.

Speakers
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Jamie Lewsadder

Chief Technology Officer, La Canada Unified School District
I'm obsessed with Design Thinking after tagging along with our junior high history teachers on a trip to Stanford's D School. Since then, I see the world differently and want to find ways to share what I learned. When not talking about redefining the purpose of open house or challenging... Read More →



Saturday October 27, 2018 10:20am - 11:10am
Room 302

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