Preparing Students with Essential Creative Skills: A Deciding Factor for College + Career
Tuesday, December 1, 12:45–1:30 pm PST (Pacific Standard Time)
Lisa Gottfried Tacy Trowbridge
Hosted by Adobe. New research places creative skills among the top three deciding factors in college admissions – how do applicants showcase them? Adobe’s Tacy Trowbridge and high school teacher Lisa Gottfried, M.Ed. discuss preparing students with critical creative skills, helping them gain confidence and demonstrating these skills for college and beyond.
|Audience:||Teachers, Teacher education/higher ed faculty, Principals/head teachers|
|Topic:||Creativity & curation tools|
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Lisa Gottfried, M.Ed., is in her eighth year of teaching for the flagship New Technology High School, Napa. She has been recognized for the past three years, 2017-2019 in the top 100 Global Innovation collection for HundrED.org for her work with digital school portfolios and the Global Create-a-Thon. She is a certified New Tech Network Teacher and winner of the Best in Network award in 2019. She is currently a lecturer for Touro University, California in the Innovative Leanring Masters program. Lisa is also an Adobe Master Teacher, developing curriculum on the Adobe Education Exchange.
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