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We hope to see you at DL2020, March 25 - 27!

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Thursday, March 28 • 10:30am - 4:30pm
Hacking + Holonomy = Hardware

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How do we help facilitate deeper learning among adults when so many of us were raised in a traditional schooling model? How can we support adults to teach in ways that they potentially have never experienced? We need to create the conditions for a culture of deeper learning, but how?

“We do for adults what we want them to do with kids.”
We’ll explore how to shift adult mindsets and practices at the classroom and school-wide level, in order to uproot the traditional school paradigm.

Rather than passively sitting and looking at how to do this, we’ll be actively learning and immersing in the design thinking process to hack toward small solutions with big impact. During our session, we’ll build a team, create a common vision, start small and model how to build trust, rapidly ideate to innovate, and design think.

By the end of the session, participants will have practiced design thinking, collaboratively built a toolkit and created a hardware store of tools to share their learning.

Moderators
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Jeff Embleton

Instructional Guide, ASCEND
Crew, projects, what's holonomy, design thinking, students at the center

Speakers
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Morgan Alconcher

Minister of Magic/ Principal, ASCEND, Oakland, CA
Morgan Alconcher, The Minister of Magic, is a leader, learner and designer. Most recently she has led a TK-8 arts-integrated, expeditionary learning school called ASCEND, in Oakland California. She is a School Retool Coach with the K12 Lab at Stanford’s d.school, a consultant with... Read More →


Thursday March 28, 2019 10:30am - 4:30pm
HTE 122

Attendees (25)