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Monday, July 30 • 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Two-in-one: Learning Like a Mutant & Visual Evidence in History and Empowering Change

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This session is a two-in-one session.

2:00 - 2:20 PM: Learning Like a Mutant (Tom Hanicak)
A learners talents can be used to make deep connections. It’s time to focus on the quality of the connections.
TAGS: Adult Learners/Pre-Service Teachers, Arts, Design Thinking, Diversity, Implementation, K-12, Special Education/Inclusion

2:20 - 2:40 PM: Visual Evidence in History and Empowering Change (Robert Cowherd)
Can teaching history through visual evidence engage authentic student-driven discovery and forge collective action?
TAGS: Design Thinking, Higher Ed, History, Technology

2:40 - 2:50 PM: Time for questions and discussion

Speakers
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Dr. Robert Cowherd

Professor, Wentworth Institute of Technology
Robert Cowherd, PhD, Professor at Wentworth Institute of Technology teaches architectural design studios and various courses in architectural history at the undergraduate and graduate levels. His Freshman lecture "Empathy" presents the ethical imperative of architects to serve all... Read More →
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Tom Hanicak

Educational Consultant/Art Therapist, ESC of Northeat Ohio/DVCAC
Tom Hanicak has established a 20-year career steeped in education (administrator, psychologist, instructor), social services (art therapist) and art (filmmaker, painter, illustrator, musician).  In his current role as an educational consultant Tom leads school districts with systemic... Read More →


Monday July 30, 2018 2:00pm - 2:50pm EDT
WCC 3018