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Welcome to Deeper Learning 2017!
March 29-31 San Diego, California

At DL2017 you will:

  • Experience deeper learning for yourself through deep dives, interactive workshops and an innovative MakerStudio.
  • Connect with powerful educators who care deeply about preparing students for college and their future careers.
  • Learn new ideas and practices that will help them teach for deeper learning competences and spread a love for deeper learning.

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Thursday, March 30 • 10:30am - 4:00pm
Empathy-based hacking for school-wide change toward Deeper Learning FILLING

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Changes at the school level are often hard to “hack,” and how do you know if what you think needs to be changed will be impactful for students? In this Deep Dive with the School Retool team, we’ll explore how a deep empathy experience lead to insights and aspirations. We’ll then try on a hack mindset and use designable levers for change—like role, ritual, and space, to take first steps toward change at your school. We’ll hear from experienced School Retool hackers as we brainstorm based on big ideas from Deeper Learning schools, and work together to design hacks that you can try at your school right away. Before you come, join the Shadow a Student Challenge and experience life as a student in your school. In the Deep Dive, we’ll debrief the shadow experience and design next steps for action.

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Tim Carlin

Assistant Principal, Everitt Middle School
I'm a school retool fellowship graduate who started CREW at our diverse middle school outside of Denver, CO. Happy to discuss & collaborate on experiential/outdoor ed. projects, social/emotional learning, and innovative learning practices in the classroom.
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Melissa Lloyd

Principal, Van Buren Public Schools
Melissa Lloyd is the principal of Owen Intermediate School, a 5th/6th grade building, where staff and students are experimenting with school hacking everyday! Melissa was formerly an assistant high school principal and taught high school choir and elementary general music for 15... Read More →

Myron Long

Principal, EL Haynes Public Charter School
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Kathy Mackay

Principal, Poudre High School
I'm the principal of Poudre High School in Ft. Collins, CO. Poudre High School has a boundary the size of Rhode Island and serves 1800 students. We have a wide variety of students including 18% English language learners, 10% of students with disabilities, 25% Hispanic/Latino and... Read More →
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David Simpson

Principal, Northern Hills Middle School
I am the principal of Northern Hills Middle School, which is located in Grand Rapids, Michigan and part of Forest Hills Public Schools. My passion has been in empathy-based hacking towards Deeper Learning in schools using Project Based Learning! In addition, I have been working... Read More →
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Susie Wise

@K12 Lab Network Director, Stanford d.school
Dr. Susie Wise is motivated by the belief that humans are by nature designers. Susie is the Founder and Director of the K12Lab Network at the Stanford University d.school and a Co-Founder of Urban Montessori Charter School in Oakland, California. At the K12 Lab, Susie leads teams... Read More →
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Peter Worth

School Retool Design Team, Stanford d.school
Peter Worth is a member of the design team for School Retool, a project of the Stanford d.school and IDEO dedicated to helping school leaders hack their school cultures toward deeper learning. Peter's background includes teaching, learning design, professional development, and education... Read More →

Thursday March 30, 2017 10:30am - 4:00pm
HTHI 219/220

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