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Originally aired 10a EST | FRI, July 31, 2020
Design the Future: How Schools can Plan For Uncertainty
Navigating the complexity of school closures, remote learning, learning loss, health and safety and reopening structures while maintaining a clear lens towards equity is challenging work. In these conditions we believe that design is more important than ever–to all educators, across and between schools. Amid the cloud of uncertainty brought to schools by the spread of COVID-19, the ability to look further out, practice flexibility, rehearse critical decisions, and build capacity within school leadership is critical. Presented by Stanford d.school Designer Ariel Raz and Graded–The American School of São Paulo Superintendent Richard Boerner, this webinar will introduce strategies at the intersection of design and futures thinking to enable educators and leaders to work with their communities towards a preferable future.