Beyond the Rhetoric of Re-Imagining: Using Design Thinking to Create With and for Teachers

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Kara Louise Imm Hunter College CUNY

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Sandhya Raman Berryessa Union School District

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In this collaborative, multi-voice paper we tell the story of our design collaboration. By describing the process of one design team of teacher educators, we offer a template of what it means to center teachers' lives and experiences as we design professional development with and for them.

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Kara Louise Imm, Hunter College CUNY 10065; karaimm@gmail.com

Rachel Lambert, University of California Santa Barbara, CA 93106; rlambert@ucsb.edu

Erica Moy, Lesley College, Cambridge, MA 02138; emoy2@lesley.edu

Nicola Vitale, New York City Department of Education, New York, NY 10024; nvitale2@schools.nyc.gov

Sandhya Raman, Berryessa Union School District, San Jose, CA 95132; sraman@busd.net

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