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Friday, November 4 • 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Democratize Innovation with Design Thinking

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While we cannot predict what the future looks like, we do know that innovation and creativity are skills that our students will need for success. Seth Godin refers to these people as linchpins - individuals who are unique, who do emotional work, who are passionate about what they do, and who ultimately serving as the creative problem solvers in their communities and organizations. As the challenges and opportunities in education grow more complex, Design Thinking is a proven framework to nurture the mindsets of creative problem solvers and seekers in and out of a traditional curriculum. In this hands-on session, participants will have the opportunity to discuss ideas for how they can begin implementing a design thinking approach in their classrooms. 

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TABLES ARE FOR THE FIRST 50 PEOPLE WHO SIGNED UP. NAMES ARE LISTED OUTSIDE THE ROOM. OTHERS MAY SIT IN THE CHAIRS IN THE BACK.  

Speakers
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Sabba Quidwai

Instructor & Director of Innovation, EdTechTeacher & USC
My mission is to help empower people to become creative problem solvers. Every day I meet people who are both fascinated and overwhelmed by the rapid pace of change and concerned about how to leverage the technology around them. | | After teaching high school history for ten years, I transitioned to higher education to reimagine what teaching and learning can look like. Today, as Director of Innovative Learning at the Keck School of... Read More →



Friday November 4, 2016 1:00pm - 3:00pm
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