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Saturday, February 25 • 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Elementary Design Thinking

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The Design Thinking process focuses on students using empathy to determine a design-need or problem. They then ideate, prototype, test, refine and retest until a solution can be found. This seminar explores what makes design thinking lessons work, how it brings the 4Cs to life and how it helps create curious, engaged, active learners.

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avatar for Lucy Amaral

Lucy Amaral

Computer Specialist, Burton Valley Elementary
I'm a MERIT 16 Cohort, a Google Certified Educator Level 2 and a technology integration specialist. I facilitate tech-infused opportunities for students and staff at my site. With my students, my focus is on giving them opportunities to learn, collaborate and problem solve. With my teachers, I work as our technology coordinator, site-tech resource specialist, webmaster and lesson facilitator. I love challenging students with educational... Read More →
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Lisa DeLapo

Director of Innovation, Design, & Technology, Lafayette School District
Lisa is a Google Certified Teacher/Innovator, a CUE Lead Learner, a Microsoft Innovative Educator, East Bay CUE President, a MERIT13 fellow, Assistant Director of the MERIT15 and MERIT16 program, and the Director of the MERIT17 program. She is also the recipient of a CUE Gold Disk (2016). Lisa loves project-based and inquiry-based learning as well as STEM and computer science.


Saturday February 25, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm
D4

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