Come join this interactive conversation and discover the potential and pitfalls of AI and Chat GPT in education and entrepreneurship. Through a combination of student presentations( case studies), demonstrations, and interactive activities, participants will gain insights, tips, and actionable ideas for enhancing their classroom practices and side hustles while promoting social good.
During each of the six breakout sessions throughout the weekend, a large number of conversations will take place. This site will help you organize your plan for the weekend and provide the relevant information for each conversation. After signing in, search through the conversations below and mark the sessions you are interested in to populate your personal schedule on the right (or below if on your mobile phone).
In this session, we will unpack every aspect of building a school-wide RWL program, including project design and planning, assessment, partnerships, internship programs and much more!
How might we apply the underpinnings of tabletop and video game design to the demonstration of deeper content knowledge, social-emotional growth, and future-ready skill development? Ideate and imagine while exploring a library of games & resources.
Participants will go through a series of guided conversations and curriculum that helps build a college-going mindset in high school by increasing students' access to college courses through school partnerships.
Join us as we listen to famous songs from the American folk and blues traditions and then write our own songs in response.
Through the Equity X Design Framework, we are going to take a critical look at the idea of belonging that builds a brave space for all children, but centering Queer Youth. We will discuss what it means to design at the margins, what a transformative classroom looks like, what transformative environments look like, and how to co-create & co-design with youth through a design sprint.
Workshop U is a new vision for college built on many of the same ideas that power the Workshop School. As educators, how do we measure what matters and use it to inform our design and iteration? 'Portraiture' is a unique form of qualitative research that has potential to reimagine how we measure impact, collect impact data, and use data for design work in school settings.