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Thursday, October 5 • 1:00pm - 4:15pm
Shadow a Student Challenge: Taking Empathy to Action to Drive Change

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What does your school look like through a student’s eyes? Shadowing offers educators a visceral opportunity to experience school as students do and ask the question, “What do our students deserve as their school experience?” School leaders and teachers are better suited to answer this question when they deeply understand the student experience. One way to achieve this level of insight is through shadowing a student. Join the Stanford University d.school’s K12 Lab Network for an immersive, collaborative experience designed to build deep empathy for students and design ways to take to insight-driven action in schools. In this workshop, participants will explore tools to deepen their empathy for students and ways to take insights gained during empathy work to action.

Field of Study: Personal Development - Non-Technical
Learning Objective: Attendees will review and discuss the participating members' shared results of the challenge, allowing them to utilize their insights for taking action at their school.

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Ariel Raz

Lecturer at School of Engineering, Stanford University d.school
Ariel Raz builds irresistible learning experiences to inspire learners to engage in creative work. He currently works as a Learning Experience Designer at Stanford University’s d.school and holds the title of lecturer at the School of Engineering. In the past he wore a number of... Read More →
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Devon Young

@K12 Lab Network Program Manager, Stanford d.school
Devon Young began her career in education as an AmeriCorps VISTA for a year at a non-profit that matches low-income middle school students in workplace-based apprenticeships with mentors, and following her year of service joined the organization full time. It was during this experience... Read More →

Thursday October 5, 2017 1:00pm - 4:15pm EDT
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