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Friday, October 10


Artful Thinking and Making in the Classroom Room 11Jessica Ross Articulation and Reflection: Keys to Encouraging Deep Thinking in Our Youngest Students Room 2Denise Coffin Building, Dwelling, Thinking Wood ShopDoug Hellikson Children's Innovation Project: Learning Impact of Observational Drawing Room 8Jeremy Boyle • Melissa Butler Creating a Community of Thinkers: Visible Thinking as a Tool Dance StudioLotta Norell Cultivating a New Generation of Learners Writing LabKaren Sinclair • Jodi Yeloushan Discourse in the Cultures of Thinking Classroom  Room CRon Ritchhart Disturbance: Engaging Students through Ideas of Wide Scope Room 9Janet Navarro • Rod Rock Do-It-Together: An Exploration of Creativity and Collaboration in Maker-Centered Learning Environments PhysicsEdward Clapp 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 Job-Embedded Professional Learning: Looking at Student Thinking to Jump-Start Conversations Room BEllen Cale • Kaitlin O'Riordan • Shari Pawlus Make It Happen! The Magical Power of Uncovering Thinking and Learning Room DSilvia Lopez Angel, M.Ed. Making Thinking Routines Visible Upper BiologyJennifer Selvin Making Thinking Visible with Technology Computer LabClif Mims Math, Making and Designing Purpose Upper ChemistryCorrina Hui • Kyle Metzner Promoting Visible Thinking Through Digital Documentation of Learning Room 4Richard Anderson Redesigning Civic Education for the Digital Age Room 3Erica Hodgin • Margaret Rundle Slowing Down, Sharing Stories: Creating Powerful Learning Moments for Today’s “Digital Youth” Room 6Natalie Boes Belli • Liz Dawes Duraisingh Studio Habits of Mind Applied to an Interdisciplinary Unit ElectronicsShannon Erby • Mat Glaser Supporting Meaningful and Civil Youth Voices in a Global, Digital World Music RoomCarrie James • Chris Sloan The GoodProject: Ideas and Tools for a Good Life The CenterWendy Fischman Tinkering with Words: The Art of Haiku Room ANathalie Ryan Using Art Skills to Build Understanding of Fractions and Geometry, and Math Skills to Inform Artistic Practice Room 5Debra Koppman Visible Thinking in the Second Language Acquisition Process: A Natural Environment for Communication Room 1Carmen Samanes • Elena Zapico