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Wednesday, March 23 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Equity Exhibition Den with Meg Riordan & Mario De Anda

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During DL2016, the Equity Fellows will be deeply immersed in projects of their own design, aimed at creating interventions and breaking through barriers that inhibit the spread of deeper learning practices to underserved communities. Through a series of Equity Exhibitions (E2), the fellows will share their progress to date, and request feedback and input from DL2016 attendees who are as equally passionate about tackling the equity issue. Join them, and join us, in shaping deeper learning for the better.


Mario De Anda, Director of Programs, Foundation for a College Education

Federal Work-Study:  Expanding Internship Opportunities and Professional Development for First-Generation and Low-Income Youth In College

Many first-generation and low-income college-going youth—particularly freshmen and sophomores—who participate in the Federal Work-Study program find limited employment opportunities. Those they do find often fail to provide meaningful professional experiences. The goal of this project is to engage college and/or university partners in expanding internship opportunities and professional development for first-generation and low-income youth duringthe student’s freshman and sophomore years in college.

 

Meg Riordan, Ph.D. Director, EL Education Potential Teacher Project How are we Teaching the Teachers?  Designing professional learning to promote Deeper Learning and Equity for students

Many of today's teachers are not equipped to support the complexity of preparing students to meet 21st Century challenges.  How can we effectively equip these educators with the ability to facilitate 'deeper instruction' that promotes deeper learning for all students?  This research proposes a case study of one "Deeper Learning" organization—EL Education—along withone school district; exploring how each designs professional learning experiences supporting the development of teachers' 'deeper instructional' practices.

Moderators
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Carlos Moreno

Co-Executive Director, Big Picture Learning
Colossal Educator (6'8), Passionate Caribbean New Yorker (BX baby). Annoyingly curious about everything, co-Executive Director of Big Picture Learning and Deeper Learning Equity Fellows.

Speakers
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Mario DeAnda

Program Director, Foundation for a College Educati, Equity Fellows
Listen to Mario's Equity StoryMario De Anda currently works with Foundation for a College Education (FCE), located in East Palo Alto, California and committed to increasing the number of students of color with a four-year college degree. Mario joined FCE as director of programs in February of 2014. He previously served... Read More →
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Meg Riordan

Director of External Research, EL Education
Meg Riordan, Ph.D., is the Director or External Research at EL Education, a K-12 non-profit organization partnered with more than 150 schools, serving 4,000 teachers and 53,000 students in 31 states. She was in the inaugural Deeper Learning Equity Fellows cohort. Prior to her current... Read More →


Wednesday March 23, 2016 11:00am - 12:00pm PDT
Equity Exhibition Den--HTHI 105