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Thursday, October 17 • 1:25pm - 2:35pm
Anatomy of an Innovation Lesson, ROOM CHANGE A-117

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We know what it looks like to teach phonics and algebra 1, but what does it look like to teach innovation? Each summer, Galileo Learning teaches tens of thousands of children to develop as innovators using its three-part framework, the Galileo Innovation Approach. In this workshop, you'll explore Galileo's approach to innovation-based lessons and see how supporting mindset and process goals throughout the lesson can lead to more creative, more innovative student work. Then you'll use a blank innovation-lesson template to transform one of your own lessons into an innovation-based lesson. You'll come away with a new way to think about teaching innovation and a custom plan to put it in action.

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Jamie Diy

Director of Curriculum, Galileo Learning
Jamie Diy is an artist, designer, and educator. She honed her personal creative practice as an undergrad at California College of the Arts and became deeply interested in how we might teach creative problem-solving and design skills, not just in art school but in all schools. She... Read More →
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Pamela Briskman

Vice President of Education, Galileo Learning
Each spring, Galileo Learning hires, on-boards, trains, and leads nearly 2,000 staff to teach innovation and design-thinking skills at summer programs throughout California and Illinois. While one might expect this to turn into a mess of confused culture, misunderstood instructional... Read More →

Thursday October 17, 2019 1:25pm - 2:35pm PDT
Nueva Hillsborough Campus 6565 Skyline Boulevard, Hillsborough, CA 94010