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American School of Quito
Manuel Benigno Cueva N80-190 Urb. Carcelen
Quito, Ecuador
 

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Tuesday, March 20
 

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Wednesday, March 21
 

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Thursday, March 22
 

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4 High Summit Writing Projects to Set the Stage for Growth Mindset in Writers' Workshop Block 3, Room 13Nicole Neutzling (Uruguayan American School) Amplifying Student Voice: Let Them Be Heard Block 5, Room 20Eric Hayes Aprendizaje Servicio en el ASA Block 1, Room 4Antonio Alemán Changing Lanes: Turning Negative Speech into Powerful Purpose (Ted Talk) Block 1, Room 2Theunice Oliver (Alliance Academy International) Climbing the Mountain: Motivation Through Gamification Block 2, Room 10Pamela Lichty Developing Proficiency in Academic Vocabulary Block 5, Room 18Greg Smith (American School of Quito) El Bienestar Nos Ayuda a Crecer! Estrategias Útiles para Desarrollar la Resiliencia en los Niños Block 3, Room 15Lisa Mandel • Tamara Vigoda Fostering a 'Gritty' Growth Mindset in MS writers Block 2, Room 9Julia Hakstian (Pan American School of Porto Alegre) Grit: The Epitome of a Growth Mindset (Ted Talk) Block 5, Room 19Jennifer Fisher • Mariana Avendano (Colegio Franklin D. Roosevelt) Growth Mindset and PBIS: A Continuum of Strategies for Social-Emotional Learning Block 3, Room 16Beth Baker (Colegio Internacional de Caracas) Learn Like a Pirate Block 2, Room 8Christine Hodges Making Thinking Visible in the Science Classroom Block 5, Room 21Rebecca George • Ivana Romero Moving from a Fixed Mindset to a Growth Mindset (Ted Talk) Block 1, Room 3Aundrea Farley (American School of Asuncion) Newswatch Game: A Fresh Perspective for Current Events in Your Classroom Block 1, Room 7Quintino Orengo Junior Personalized Learning Block 1, Room 1Joy Brush (Academia Cotopaxi) • Belen Zavala Preparing Science Students for NGSS Engineering Design Standards Block 3, Room 14Shatta Mejia Reaching the Summit with Book Creator Block 5, Room17Carrie Ward Seeking the Summit of Scientific Inquiry Block 2, Room 11Dandara Vazquez (Pan American School of Porto Alegre) • Peter Iverson Social Imagination: Facilitating Urgent, Rich, and Relevant Artistic Thinking in School Block 5, Room 22Hanako Sawada Lacerda Sound and Movement Mashup! Block 6, Room 23Dr Jennifer Walden Stimulating Critical Thinking Through Visual Literacy Block 1, Room 6Andrew Jones Teaching Reading in English as a Second language Block 6, Room 24Morena Christian Becoming Transformative Educators: Reclaiming Space for Morality in Our Classrooms Block 4, Room 27Elyse Farwell • Andrew Ryan Change the Story of Stress Block 7, Room 41Stacy Wallace Data + Growth Mindset = Success Block 6, Room 26Erika Vickers (Magen David Academy) • Laila Segurado (Magen David Academy) Design Technology and STEM Activities for K-2 Students Block 7, Room 39John Altamirano Entre Culturas: A Bilingual Cultural Exchange Across Counties and Countries Block 7, Room 38Flavia Tacchini (Chapel School-Escola Maria Imaculada) • Ruby Abigail Sheets (Chapel School-Escola Maria Imaculada) How to Use Student Data to Improve Student Learning Block 4, Room 28Estela Proaño • Leah Yepez (American School of Quito) Introducing Students to the New Science of Moral Psychology and How We Might Improve Political Dialogue Block 4, Room 29Daniel Swanson (Colegio Franklin D. Roosevelt) Journeying from Student Choice to Meaningful Student-Driven Learning: Making Meaning through Student-Initiated Inquiry Block 7, Room 40Catharine Luhtala (Academia Cotopaxi) • Laura Fried (Academia Cotopaxi) The Best IB Yet! Preparing Grade 9 and 10 Students for the Rigors and Mindset of IB Block 7, Room 37John Lane • Emily Theriault Walk the Talk: Reaching New Heights through Academic Talk Block 6, Room 25Bianca Nunes (American School of Brasilia) • Katie O'Neil Women in Leadership: Flipping the Power of Yet Block 7, Room 36Justine Wilson (Pan American School of Bahia) • Rhonda Fisher (Pan American School of Bahia) • Roberta Rodrigues

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Approaching the Learning Processes for Traditional Middle School Students in a New Liberal Arts School Culture Block 3, Room 15Eric Parks • Jeff Berry (Colegio Menor de Guayaquil Campus Samborondon) Big Trends in College Admissions and What They Mean for the AASSA Community Block 3, Room 13Doug Hartog (University of Virginia) Building Your Own Digital Library: Supporting Teaching and Learning with Reference Managers Block 6, Room 23Greg Clinton Cultivating Growth Mindset through Coding Computer Lab in LibraryKavijit Gogia (Colegio Panamericano) • Owen Craik (Colegio Panamericano) Desarrollando Pequeños Talentos: Taller de Escritura en Español Block 3, Room 14Jezabel Lezama • Luisa Vincenti Ecua-Fiesta! Local Music, Games & Dances for the ¨Growth Mindset¨ Teacher Block 5, Room 22Melanie Hilden Embracing Mistakes As a Powerful Learning Tool Block 1, Room 6Flavia Di Luccio (American School of Rio de Janeiro) • Ana Vannier Guided Reading Strategies to Support ELLs Block 1, Room 2Dion Peachey Historia ... ¿Te Deja Aburrido? Cómo Involucrar y Motivar a Los Estudiantes de Secundaria a Través del Uso de Artefactos Block 5, Room 18Erico Padilha How to Get Better (Ted Talk) Block 2, Room 9Rachael Leir (Rio International School) • Lauren Vining Inspiration Projects and Goal-Setting: Empowered Students Lead Their Learning Block 6, Room 24Paola Pereira Looking Beyond the Top Tier Schools Block 5, Room17Lysha Wasser Making Learning Visible: Students As Visible Thinkers Block 2, Room 8Susy Lisken Making the Switch to Student's Owning Their Learning Block 5, Room 21Frederic Bordaguibel-Labayle • Garth Wyncoll PBL for 21st Century Success: Critical Thinking, Collaboration, Communication, and Creativity in Your Classroom Block 5, Room 20James Sisson Persistence and Success in PE: A reflection of the 21st Century PE Curriculum Block 5, Room 19Priscilla da Silva (Escola Americana de Campinas) Source Sleuth: Using and Adapting Primary and Secondary Sources for the Classroom Block 1, Room 4Melissa Nick Teaching Children about Their Brains Block 1, Room 1Nicole Sanchez (Academia Cotopaxi) The Power of Reflection Block 2, Room 11Nataly Bringas The Try Cycle: Improving Our Practice in Three Steps Block 1, Room 3Rebecca Andrade • Preston Braun US Taxes and Foreign Account Reports for Educators Overseas Block 3, Room 12Robert Deuel (Global Tax Service LLC) Uso de Herramientas TIC para el Aula Musical en Primaria Block 1, Room 5Claudio Pineda

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Celebrando la Diversidad de Habilidades Block 3, Room 15Cristina Vallejo Cultivating Growth Mindset Classrooms through Engineering Design and the Next Generation Science Standards Block 3, Room 13Nithya Vasudevan (American School of Quito) Empowering the Teenage Brain (Ted Talk) Block 3, Room 16Kara Latourell (American School of Quito) Helping Students Become Risk-Takers As they Wait for Yet (Ted Talk) Block 5, Room 18Monica Baez (American School of Quito) I Haven't Gone on that Journey, Yet Block 1, Room 6Allison Uros (Sant' Anna American International School) • Lia Sabinson (Sant' Anna American International School) Incorporating Creativity and Design Thinking in a Montessori-Based Art Room Block 3, Room 14Marcia Vicentini (American School of Rio de Janeiro) Independent Reading: How Not to Kill Students' Love of Reading Block 6, Room 26Patricia Goering (American School of Quito) Learning Centers in the High School Classroom Block 1, Room 5Tamara Kreutz Learning from Mistakes: How Can Teachers Increase Students' Intrinsic Motivation Block 2, Room 11Ginna Buestan • Krizia Loffredo My Students Don't Speak English...yet Block 1, Room 2Rachel Kimbrow • Paola De la Sobera Positive Behavior Management Strategies for Middle and High School Students Block 1, Room 4Marcia Souza Providing Opportunities for All Learners to Document Growth: Using iPad Apps ShowMe and SeeSaw for Electronic Portfolios Block 1, Room 1Mitch Madigan • Paul Miller • Paola Ortiz STEM Inquiry Teaching Practices and the Effect of Mindset Block 1, Room 7Suzanne Saraya A Learning Theory for the Digital Age: Connectivism Block 2, Room 10Matthew Sheets (Escuela Campo Alegre) Breaking the Academic Glass Ceiling Block 4, Room 35Maria Gribensk (American School of Quito) • Samantha Mullins (American School of Quito) Collaborative Child Protection Curriculum: Coming Together for What Matters Most Block 4, Room 33Fernanda Almeida (Escola Americana de Campinas) • Mariana Toledo Detox Emocional Block 5, Room 19Cristina Gándara (American School of Quito) Fostering a Growth Mindset in Math Block 4, Room 27Marina MacDonald From Research to Practice: Strategies to Develop Non-Cognitive Skills Based on Neuroscience Research Block 4, Room 28Monica Chiriboga • Maria Jose Teran Get Connected: Your Students and Colleagues Need You! Block 5, Room17David Muniz Harkness Discussions: Using the Power of Conversation to Enhance Student Growth Block 7, Room 40Elyse Farwell • Alison Schapiro (American School of Quito) Humanizing Education: A Spoonful of Empathy Makes the Apathy Go Down Block 7, Room 41Sammy Jamal • Andrea Marchosky Jugando con Palabras: Otra Manera de Aprender Ortografía Block 6, Room 24Ana Carolina Olmos Betin • Maria Mercedes Chiriboga Mindfulness, Meditación y Mandalas como Herramientas Educativas para Niños de Preescolar Block 3, Room 12Paulina Bahamonde Our Middle School Advisory Program's Journey: Growth through Collaboration and Continuous Evaluation Block 6, Room 23Kristen Fry (The American School Foundation of Guadalajara) • David Markman Painting in the Classic Impressionist Style Block 5, Room 21Maria Soledad Ormachea (American Cooperative School) Read Aloud: Best Practice and the Best Part of the School Day Block 4, Room 31Jenny Lund • Nickolas Parmentier (Colegio Franklin D. Roosevelt) Social Emotional Learning in Action: A Case Study Block 6, Room 25Roberto d'Erizans • Rachel Pregont Teacher's Talk and Expectations: Building a Growth Mindset with the Power of Yet Block 4, Room 29Belen Alvarado • Susan Mills • Alexandra Aguirre (Colegio Menor San Francisco de Quito) The "Yet" as a Tool for Progress: Incorporating Cultural Studies in Math Block 6, Room 26Alessandra R Trindade Camilo (Pan American School of Porto Alegre) • Renato Luis Petry The Engineering Design Process Block 4, Room 32Athena Foley (Colegio Franklin D. Roosevelt) • Nora Scherschel (Colegio Franklin D. Roosevelt) Time to Let Go: Getting Your Hands Dirty with PBL Block 5, Room 22Rachel Bellande • Krissy Ford (American School of Quito) Understanding Culture to Understand Our Students Block 5, Room 20Alexandra Griffin

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Aprendizaje Contextualizado Block 3, Room 16 Creating a Healthy Mindset Around Stress (Ted Talk) Block 5, Room 19Emily Bevington Delightful Dabbling in Drama and the Deluxe Do-It-Yourself Play Guide for the Dynamic, Daring, and Dauntless Teacher Block 6, Room 26Evelyn Gathu Developing Social-Emotional Skills in Early Childhood through "Caring and Sharing Meetings" Block 3, Room 15Monica Rossini • Daniela Sperling Differentiation: The Key to Student Engagement Block 1, Room 7Carolina Ferrer (Escuela Campo Alegre) • Ashley Neeb Education on the Boundary of Order and Chaos: Archetypes, Coachability, and the Voluntary Adoption of Responsibility (Ted Talk) Block 7, Room 40Graham Notar Maclean (Colegio Menor San Francisco de Quito) Fear in Creative Endeavors: Identity and Growth Mindset (Ted Talk) Block 3, Room 14Jessica Mittelman Fostering Growth Mindset in the Classroom: A Lesson From Nature Block 1, Room 6Daniela Pannuti From Reef to Canopy: Utilizing Case Studies of Tropical Ecosystem Restoration for Global Climate Change Education Block 6, Room 25Brittany Colford Fun, Educational Online Games for the Language Learning Classroom Block 5, Room 21Paola Braganza Gamification of the Classroom and Alternate Reality Games Block 1, Room 2David Ritchie • Raquel Silveira Going Beyond Exercise: An Approach On the Pursuit of Healthy Academic Performance Block 5, Room17Ennio Leon (Colegio Internacional Puerto La Cruz) • Ines Guevara (Colegio Internacional Puerto La Cruz) Including Autism: Be open to the Extraordinary Possibilities of Students Who Learn Differently (Ted Talk) Block 7, Room 36Jackie Wyncoll Inclusión Educativa Block 7, Room 41Daniela Recalde Integrating Literacy to Foster Risk-Taking in the Pre-School Classroom Block 2, Room 10Daniela Cruz • Maria Camila Ardon (The International School of Panama) • Susana Rodrigues (The International School of Panama) International Inclusive Education Program: Informational Session Block 2, Room 11Lee Ann Jung Learning through Mistakes Block 5, Room 20Rita Oliveira • Shirley Santos MAP: Managing Achievement Protocol Block 3, Room 13Shatta Mejia Math and Science related? How Can Students Reach the Highest Level in Both? Block 1, Room 1Claudia Rodas Math Talks Block 6, Room 24Nicholas Nannen Mediacion y Trivias Entre El Arte y El Aula Art RoomJuan Carlos Endara Putting the P in PLC: Bringing Parents into the Learning Community Block 1, Room 4Tim Shirk (American School of Rio de Janeiro) Reading is Thinking: Handy Strategies for Success Block 7, Room 37Priyanka Jethani Show and Tell: How Students Show Leadership and Tell Knowledge Block 2, Room 8Viviane Rabelo • Larissa Santos STEM Brain Breaks & Mini-Challenges Block 1, Room 5Matt Kroot The Fear of Failure (Ted Talk) Block 4, Room 27Dana Cutler The Musical Mindset of Excellence: Strategies for Developing and Sustaining High Level Performance Ensembles Block 5, Room 18Jeff Tollefson The University Application Process As a Change-Agent: Helping Students/Families Grow Genuinely through the Process Block 3, Room 12Jennifer Aquino The World Needs More Failures (Ted Talk) Block 2, Room 9Adrianne Wilson (The Columbus School) Tinkering, Failing, and (Eventually) Succeeding: Integrating 3D Design into Classrooms Block 5, Room 22Jon McCall Using Action-Based Research to Improve Student Learning Block 7, Room 39Jeremy Jackson • Aubrey Jordan Using Task Forces to Initiate Change Block 7, Room 38Becky Jobes, PhD Zines: The Power of Expression through Underground Publications Block 4, Room 28Sarah Meston

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Friday, March 23
 

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Saturday, March 24
 

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