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Instead of donating supplies, we’re asking the community to donate their time and intelligence!

Welcome to a day of community building and problem solving for D.C. metro area schools. We invite YOU - our frontline educators- to pose your most pressing challenges and/or your best ideas to the community so we can work together to improve education for our kids.

Throughout the day, you will have opportunities to collaborate with innovators from a variety of backgrounds and expand your personal learning network. During hands-on sessions, you will engage in problem solving activities to help you design solutions or materialize ideas that are tailor-made to fit the unique contexts of your school and community.

Outcomes:

  • Design a meaningful solution/project working with professionals from a variety of backgrounds
  • Learn innovative techniques to improve teaching and learning
  • Create connections with local innovators
  • Earn eight recertification hours

Requirements:

  • Tell us a challenge or idea you have that you want to work on to help your students, school, or community.
  • Need a team of three individuals from each school - ideally two teachers and one administrator or two teachers and one student.
  • Must be a Title I School from D.C., Maryland, or Virginia.
  • Must be available all day on Saturday, April 29, 2017.

Apply here: https://goo.gl/forms/jCicrL7P4I2fJA382

Submissions due by March 31, 2017 at 12p.m.. Notifications will be sent out by April 3, 2017. Apply early as limited space is available.

Hosted by The Educators’ Lab and the Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning in Potomac, Maryland on Saturday, April 29, 2017. Lunch is included and parking is free.

Master of Ceremony: Michelle Blanchet is an educator and founder of The Educators’ Lab, which supports teacher driven solutions to educational challenges. She taught sociology and economics, and has presented at numerous events including SXSWedu and TEDxLausanne. Michelle is a professional development consultant for PBS Education and a designer for the Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning.

Please contact michelle.blanchet@educatorslab.io if you have further questions.

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