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Thursday, March 13 • 11:10am - 12:20pm
Climbing Maslow’s Paradox: Google Apps Scripts that Allow “Systems Design” to Become a Core Practice of School Leaders LIMITED

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Explore the ways in which free, lightweight, flexible technologies -- educator-built automation scripts that plug into Google Sheets, Docs and Forms -- are empowering school level systems-thinkers to pick up tools and make their educational vision a sustainable reality. Emerge with a system prototype of your own design, and the resources and community to help you get started building it!


Jesse Spevack

Founding Assistant Principal, NYC iSchool
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Andrew Stillman

Director of Systems Development, New Visions for Public Schools, New York City
Andrew is the Senior Systems Developer at New Visions for Public Schools and originator of dozens of Apps Script tools for automating workflows in classrooms and schools (Doctopus, autoCrat, formMule, gClassFolders, gClassHub, pageMeister, sheetSpider, formFolio, etc.). Andrew is a veteran classroom and outdoor educator of 15 years and now supports 76 NYC public high schools. His personal and professional mission is to radically disrupt cycles of... Read More →

Thursday March 13, 2014 11:10am - 12:20pm
Room 318

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