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Saturday, February 22 • 11:50am - 1:05pm
From Mist-takes to First-Takes: The Role of Reframing Errors

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Peter Drucker famously quipped, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast every time”. What can that perspective teach us about our work to grow reflective, innovative problem-solvers? This session will highlight the importance of encouraging mistake-making and reflection (for students and teachers!) in developing a culture of joyful growth and innovation. We will present strategies to move students and teachers from a posture of hiding, mis-takes‚ to one of reflectively embracing first-takes.

Speakers
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Chris Luzniak

Math Teacher/Dept Chair, The Archer School
Chris Luzniak is currently a math teacher and department chair at The Archer School for Girls in Los Angeles. His 15+ years of teaching mathematics began in New York City public schools, where he also founded and coached the Speech and Debate team. Through this combination of teaching... Read More →


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