Last summer I had the opportunity to participate in the best PD (through Leadership + Design) I’ve ever experienced. It was structured as a cohort model and focused on developing an inquiry-driven, student centered classroom. During the experience, one of the veteran teachers (Mike Radow, Mercer Island HS) versed me in the difference between feedback [...]
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We are off to the races. School has officially been in session for one week. With the rosters full, it was first come first served for seats! We’ve definitely got a great group of students to work with this year and I’m excited to see how everything plays out. Follow
In her role as a Program Manager, Lauren manages the implementation of regional resource conservation programs for K-12 school districts and commercial offices that focus on both operations and occupant engagement. Her work with our students provides them with industry relevant and engaging experiences in the built environment.
FEATURE STUDENT WORK
This SED.14 capstone project involved the design of an e-device that would replace composition notebooks.
“SED gave me the chance to dig into things that interest me.”
- (SED.14, now @ Cascadia College)
“SED was an amazing opportunity. I would recommend it to anyone.”
- (SED.11, now @ WWU – UP & SD)
“I loved SED. It gave me a glimpse of my potential future.”
- (SED.12, now @ UO – architecture)