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Sunday, October 12


A Beautiful Mess: Where Thinking Routines and Cultures of Thinking Collide Room BJodi Bossio • Kristen Kullberg Building a Culture of Thinking: Routines, Structures, Strategies and ‘Stick-to-itiveness’ Room 9Nancy Mahoney • Rod Rock Creating a Collaborative Learning Environment through Design Room DAndrew Costanzo Creating a Community of Thinkers: Visible Thinking as a Tool Dance StudioLotta Norell Cultivating a New Generation of Learners Writing LabKaren Sinclair • Jodi Yeloushan Developing a Sensitivity to Design: Thinking Critically about the Made Dimensions of our World Tech Arts Studio 1Carla Aiello • Jen Ryan Discourse in the Cultures of Thinking Classroom  Room CRon Ritchhart Empowering Disenfranchised Learners: A Collaborative Approach to Making Thinking Verbal Room 5Erika Lusky • Julie Rains Flattening the Globe: The Challenge and Beauty of Multiple Perspectives Room 6Mariah Landers • Tamar Posner Flip History!: Personalized Inquiry into History through Unpacking a Modern Memorial Room 10Arndt Häfele From Puppets to Robots: STEAM (Science, Technology, Education, Arts, Mathematics), Maker Education and Design Thinking as Inclusive, Engaging, Self-Differentiating Lower Bio/ChemJackie Gerstein Global Competence Begins in Preschool: The Urgency of Nurturing Empathy Room 7Daniela Fenu-Foerch • Andrea Muñoz • Paula Luzzi Panno Imagination, Expression, Reflection: Creating a Mixed Media Book Art StudioLydia Greer • oleg osipoff • Goranka Poljak-Hoy • Robert Sanborn Making Innovation Work with Young Students in the Classroom Room 2Rachel Meyer • Jennifer Porter Making Paper Circuits: The Vital Role of Process in Maker Activities ElectronicsNatalie Freed Making Thinking Routines Visible Upper BiologyJennifer Selvin Making Thinking Visible in the Science Classroom Upper ChemistryCarrie Maslow Making Thinking Visible with Technology Computer LabClif Mims Nurturing Global Competence Through the Use of Global Thinking Routines LibraryMelissa Rivard Promoting Visible Thinking Through Digital Documentation of Learning Room 4Richard Anderson Service Learning for Global Competence: Perspectives and Strategies from High School and College PhysicsRoni Ben-David • Laurel Felt Service Learning in the Classroom: Private Skills for a Public Purpose Wood ShopYoussou Fall • Giles Thompson Students and Teachers as Contemporary Artists: Using the Studio Thinking Framework to Shape Practice Drafting and DesignTodd Elkin • Arzu Mistry The GoodProject: Ideas and Tools for a Good Life The CenterWendy Fischman Thinking, Understanding and Reflecting Through Art and Literature Room 8Tabbatha O'Donnell Tinkering with Words: The Art of Haiku Room ANathalie Ryan Visible Thinking in the Second Language Acquisition Process: A Natural Environment for Communication Room 1Carmen Samanes • Elena Zapico