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A Unique Professional Development Event That Will Change How You Think about Leading and Learning in the Digital Age! Fourteen non-profit educational organizations have planned a HUGE professional development event and you are invited! Over 200 sessions with outstanding presenters with strategic topics will Wow you with High Impact challenges for leaders and educators! Over 100 Exhibitors and Sponsors will Amaze you with new tools for the 21st Century global education community. Over 3,000 of your colleagues, friends, business associates, and leaders will Be There in the same place at the same time. Share real face time. 

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Tuesday, April 23 • 1:45pm - 2:45pm
149 Visual Thinking for Project Planning

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When you have a big project to plan, it can help to harness your visual thinking powers to get the job done better and faster. In this hands-on session, Jonny will teach you some simple but powerful visual frameworks and have you pick up a marker and draw your way to a more powerful project plan. All comfort levels with drawing are welcome. If you can draw a circle, square, and triangle you have what it takes to participate. We will be using whiteboards or paper, depending on what we can assemble logistically. But the process is the same: thinking, drawing, and sharing. More info on Jonny Goldstein can be found at envizualize.com.

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Jonny Goldstein

Jonny Goldstein helps people turn ideas into reality using hand drawn pictures. He wears three hats: | (1) educator, (2) visual thinker, and (3) media producer. He is based in New York City. Educator: Jonny is a visiting instructor in the Masters of Industrial Design program at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and teaches visual thinking workshops to educators, technologists, and designers. | In the past he taught art, music and... Read More →

Tuesday April 23, 2013 1:45pm - 2:45pm

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