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Theme: What it Means to Validate All Learners

This event occurred on
February 21, 2013
6:00pm - 8:00pm (UTC -8hrs)
San Francisco, CA
United States

In a series of four salons over the next twelve months, TEDxSFED will focus on one theme – Validate All Learners.

This series is meant to explore the fact that the work being accomplished in many industries can translate into the world of education, and in turn ensure that all learners are validated and can thrive.

Our first salon, on February 21st, will feature Minnie Bredouw, who will explore the following – what it means to validate all learners

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1100 Market Street
San Francisco, CA, 94102
United States
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Minnie Bredouw

Minnie is a Senior Designer at global design firm IDEO with a focus on ethnographic research, system design, and user experience (UX). Prior to IDEO, she worked at frog design, spending much of her time focusing on social innovation and education. Having gotten her career start designing interactive exhibitions and campaigns for a few smaller companies, she is always thinking about the experience of learning through good design and how to best facilitate user participation & engagement. She has worked with a handful of organizations focused on the greater good such as The Girl Effect, UNICEF, Prototype Design Camps, and Youth in Focus, and her work has been recognized in Fast Company, Worldchanging, Microsoft Design Exposition, NPR and the Experience Music Project. Her most recent contribution was developing the Community Action Toolkit, an open source guide to Design Thinking. She believes every person has the power to be creative and is passionate about inspiring new ways of learning.

Organizing team

David
Bill

San Francisco, CA, United States
Organizer
  • Adam Elmaghraby
    Co-curator
  • Corwin Crownover
    Co-curator