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Welcome to the 2016 Yale SOM Education Leadership Conference! We look forward to seeing you in New Haven on April 7-8. Feel free to take a look at the conference agenda below. If you have any questions, please reach out to educationconference@yale.edu
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Friday, April 8 • 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Enriching Opportunities for All Students: Moving Beyond Core Skills

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Most of the world's elite schools have robust STEAM offerings, because research shows that hands-on science and arts play a pivotal role in cognitive development. Furthermore, creative problem solving skills are becoming ever more important in the modern job market. However, in the era of NCLB accountability, some of the neediest schools have had to prioritize math and literacy, leaving little time for enriching STEAM curricula. How do we ensure all students develop foundational skills without sacrificing other opportunities that further students’ overall development? This panel will explore the tension between these priorities.

Moderators
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Caryn Voskuil

Education Studio, IDEO
,p>Caryn Voskuil works in the education studio at IDEO in San Francisco. Caryn takes a dual role working with design teams to help them understand how design and innovation will impact clients as well as working directly with clients to think strategically about what challenges and engagements IDEO can best help them to address. Caryn works specifically with clients where systems design, technology and tool design, and creative confidence can... Read More →

Speakers
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Jerry James

Director of Teaching & Learning, The Center for Arts Education
Jerry James is CAE’s Director of Teaching and Learning overseeing all arts education programming and related research initiatives. Prior to joining CAE, Jerry was a lecturer at the Museum of Modern Art and an international teaching artist at The Lincoln Center Institute. Jerry has taught in a number of New York City public schools and universities, including PS/IS 51M, Hunter College and Teachers College, Columbia University. He is currently an... Read More →
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Devin Krugman

Head of School, East Bay Innovation Academy
Devin Krugman joined East Bay Innovation Academy as Head of School following nine years working for the New York City Department of Education, most recently serving as Director of Performance-Based Assessment Design where she led initiatives focused on project-based learning and designed and implemented a professional development program for teachers across the city. Prior to taking on this administrative role, Devin taught social studies for... Read More →
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Trey Lathe

Executive Director, Maker Ed
Trey joined Maker Ed as its Executive Director in October 2014. He received his Ph.D. in molecular biology in 1997. From 1997 to 2014, he was a researcher at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory in Heidelberg Germany and founded and sold a genomics research and training company, OpenHelix, and was a Fellow at NSF working on programs to broaden participation of women and underrepresented minorities in education. Additionally, Trey has... Read More →
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Kimberly Smith

Senior Vice President, Programs and Research, Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship
Kimberly Smith is Senior Vice President of Programs and Research with the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship the global leader in youth entrepreneurship education. Prior, she was Vice President of Education at PBS and Discovery Education. She is an Aspen-Pahara fellow, a KIPP-DC board member and former Board Chair of the Arts and Technology Academy in Washington, DC. She received her M.B.A from Johns Hopkins University and Bachelors of Science... Read More →


Friday April 8, 2016 3:00pm - 4:15pm
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