The Monarch Experience is offering “Design for Belonging” with nationally-recognized K-12 educator, Susie Wise, for Good Shepherd Episcopal School parents, alumni, friends, and colleagues!
Susie Wise is thrilled to offer the greater Good Shepherd Episcopal School community a 2-part workshop experience, “Design for Belonging” -- a powerful way to think about working across differences and the feelings we want to create within our groups and our communities. The workshop is online and will feature short talks, interactive sessions, and breakouts.
Register HERE for the 2-part online workshop! Please don't reserve your space unless you are able to commit to both dates!
October 6 and 13, 4:00-5:30 p.m., online, NO CHARGE
SUSIE WISE is a restless optimist who sees design as a fundamental human capacity. She is currently working at the intersection of design + belonging and writing a book called A Designer's Guide to Belonging. She founded the Stanford University d.school’s K-12 Lab in 2007 to investigate the role design thinking could play in schools and, more broadly, in the education sector. Building programs like “Discover Design Thinking,” “School Retool,” and the “Shadow a Student Challenge,” she helped spawn a national movement to bring design thinking into schools. Susie has been a fellow and faculty member with the National Equity Project where she collaborates on the Liberatory Design framework. Susie consults widely on using design thinking to develop cultures of innovation and build equitable learning environments. She has a Ph.D. in Learning Sciences and Technology Design from Stanford University. She grew up in Indiana, Oregon, and Washington, D.C., and now resides in Oakland, CA with her husband and daughter. If you like documentary films, you might have seen her in the movie “Babies.”