Samples from NAISAC12 Wednesday Afternoon Sessions




  • Laura Deisley
  • Trung Le
  • Christian Long
  • Jeff Sharpe

Curious about design thinking? Wonder what might drive innovation in your school or classroom? Passionate, experienced workshop leaders will guide you through the design process as we collectively uncover the issues, identify questions for inquiry, work as teams to ideate and prototype, challenge one another with results , and leave with toolkits for change


TEDxLondon: the problem finders at the education revolution
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Move from why innovate to how? Become an entrepreneurial school
Entrepreneurs know how to innovate. Discuss how to innovate at your school by developing the entrepreneur’s mindset in the board, head of school, administrators, teachers, and students. Cultivate understanding in the entrepreneur’s innovation process, building capacity by moving through resistance, and developing organizational habits of innovation.

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  • Howard Levin
  • Antonio Viva
  • Keith Gillette

The New Normal: Rethinking Technology Leadership in a World of Ubiquitous Access

Rethink assumptions about technology leadership and implementation given evolving innovations in digital tools and practices. Learn how the spread of 1:1 devices, cloud-based ubiquitous access, and an emphasis on natural integration impact the “business” of schools. Explore alternative leadership models that support innovations in teaching and the role of technology

VIDEO of one of the break out sessions during the workshop. The prompt for this breakout was-

The Prompt

Small group consultancy protocol discussions#NAISAC12 prompt = “Identify key tech problem/dilemma facing your school”



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