Session I

9:15-10:15




Rethinking Assessment

Facilitator: Denise Pope
Affiliation: Stanford Challenge Success Program
Location: Room 13 (MS History 6)
Audience: 6-8
Description: Using current research on how girls learn, examine your current principles and practices of assessment, and then redesign assessments to reflect your findings.
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Rethinking Learning Differences- CANCELLED

Facilitator: Ericka Fur
Affiliation: Stanford STEP instructor; Castilleja Learning Specialist
Location:
Audience: 9-12
Description: Learn to foster the unique gifts atypical learners bring to the collaborative classroom.
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Defining "Interdisciplinary"

Facilitator: Rick Reis
Affiliation: Stanford University Center for Teaching and Learning
Location: Room 12 (MS English)
Audience: 6-8
Description: Contribute to the formation of Castilleja's working definition of Interdisciplinary by designing a set of criteria to evaluate a sampling of interdisciplinary programs, courses, projects, and assessments already in use at the Stanford undergraduate level.
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College Admissions and AP programs in the 21st Century

Facilitators: Lorie Boyd and Susan Dean
Affiliation: Castilleja
Location: Large Presentation Room
Audience: 9-12
Description: What are the trends and pressures of college admissions in the 21st century? How do APs impact our curriculum? As teachers of the 21st century, are we prisoners of the College Board and College Admissions officers?
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Design Challenge with IDEO

Facilitator: Sandy Speicher
Affiliation: IDEO
Location: Faculty lounge area on third floor of the Arillaga building
Audience: 6-12
Description: Put yourself in the place of a 21st century learner. Work with a team of IDEO designers and engage in a project to solve a unique and undisclosed problem.
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Student-teacher Boundaries in a Web 2.0 World

Facilitator: Karen Lynn
Affiliation: Castilleja School
Location: Room 204-2nd floor conference room in Arillaga building
Audience: 6-12
Description: Participate in a roundtable with Karen Lynn to explore the ways to maintain personal boundaries in the 21st century. Who are my "friends?" How online-accessible must I be to my students? Outcome: produce a set of policy recommendations.
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