High Tech High Workshop
Concrete Tools for Unpacking Complex Problems: How to Lead for Equity and Other Challenges in a PBL Setting
Location: ‘Iolani School Sullivan Center, 4th Floor
Date: April 30 & May 1, 2018
Time: 8:30 am - 3:30 pm both days (continental breakfast, snacks and lunch included)
Cost: $350 HAIS Member Schools / $400 Non-Member Schools
Deadline to Register: Friday, March 16 Note: Space is limited and registration will be closed once the workshop capacity is met.
Registration Link: http://www.hais.us/p/4246_Events.asp?event=153
How can we use improvement science to develop robust project based learning cultures in our classrooms and schools? In this interactive workshop, participants will use the versatile tools of Improvement science - including empathy interviews, fishbone diagrams, and interrelationship digraphs - to dig into a problem of practice. Participants will leave with protocols and tools they can use with students and colleagues to help foster a learning culture and guide systematic improvement in their own context. This workshop is designed for change-makers at all levels-teachers, school/district leaders.
Daisy Sharrock - Project Director, Mathematical Agency Improvement Community, High Tech High Graduate School of Education
Daisy Sharrock leads the Mathematical Agency Improvement Community (MAIC), a network of 16 southern California schools working to abolish the phrase "I am not a math person." The network of teachers and administrators uses improvement science tools and methodologies to identify, test, and scale classroom practices that increase students' mathematical agency and success across diverse contexts. Daisy also teaches in the High Tech High Graduate School of Education and conducts improvement science professional development across the High Tech High K-12 schools.