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Saturday, February 23


Going Global: Inquiry/PBL Beyond the Classroom
Limited Capacity seats available

Attendees will learn how incorporating inquiry and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) can not only help create authentic and challenging learning experiences for students but also connect them to global issues and peers around the world. Emphasis will be on acting locally to connect globally through apps such as FlipGrid and Padlet and events such as Global Read Aloud Day, Global Classroom, World's Largest Lesson, and celebrating specific days like International Day of the Girl, to name a few.

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Vanessa Heller

Educator, Oak Park Unified
Mrs. Heller is an educator in her 22nd year of teaching. She is a GATE certified middle school humanities teacher for Oak Park Unified and also serves as Director of the Oak Park Inquiry Institute, district Peer Coach, and a member of the OPUSD Innovators helping colleagues incorporate... Read More →

Saturday February 23, 2019 7:45am - 8:45am
Smoketree D Room


Integration vs. Interdisciplinary: Which One Are You Doing and Are You Doing It Right?
Limited Capacity seats available

Do you ever wonder if you're building those critical, 21st-century connections in your curriculum for meeting the needs of highly gifted students? Come to this session to examine what you're doing, talk about the differences and similarities in your technology integration and interdisciplinary needs (i.e. STEM/STEAM), and possibly create a new imperative in your curriculum and instructional landscape. Let’s talk and share about everything from tech tools, to signature programming, to learning spaces.


Jeffery Flagg

Director of STEM, The Mirman School
Jeffery Flagg is an Ed.D candidate and the Director of STEM Education at The Mirman School for Highly Gifted Students in Los Angeles. He has worked in public and private education for 24 years. Jeffery's expertise includes industrial design, engineering, creative coding and technologies... Read More →

Saturday February 23, 2019 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Smoketree D Room

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