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Thursday, March 15 • 10:30am - 11:30am
Permission to be Brave: Promoting Creativity for Learners with Special Needs

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During this session we will share how districts across the country use the 4Cs with special needs learners. We will showcase examples of collaborative STEAM-projects, digital storytelling, creative career pathways, and assessment. Walk away with ideas and strategies for empowering EVERY student across all grades.
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avatar for Andrea Calvin

Andrea Calvin

Vice President, FableVision Learning
Andrea Calvin is Vice President of FableVision Learning, a k-12 educational media publishing company based in Boston, MA. At FableVision Learning, she works with educators and administrators to help integrate our award-winning products into their schools and districts. She has been on the forefront of the product launch and classroom-implementation of Fab@School Maker Studio, the first digital fabrication software tool developed specifically for use in the classroom. It is an easy-to-use, web-based tool that invites students to experience STEM and STEAM learning in an engaging, personally meaningful way. Before joining FableVision, Andrea worked in the Boston-area newspaper world as a reporter and editor. She earned her... Read More →
avatar for Dr. Denine Jimmerson

Dr. Denine Jimmerson

Executive Director of Curriculum & Design, FableVision Learning
Dr. Denine Jimmerson is an education consultant who specializes in creating and implementing curriculum and instruction that is focused on the engagement of creative thinking. She is a professor, researcher, and professional development expert who specializes in bringing creativi... Read More →


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