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Friday, March 23 • 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Using Technology in Montessori Observation

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In recent years, Wildflower Schools have been experimenting with technological supports to supplement teacher observation in Montessori-based classrooms. This demonstration will show you how Wildflower has used wireless radio sensors and computer vision to gather classroom information—and how algorithms convert this data into Web-based visualizations for teachers. Learn about usability and impact, teacher insights, and future research and development plans to expand upon Wildflower’s initial findings.

Presenters
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Theodore Quinn

Partner, Wildflower Schools
Theodore Quinn, PhD, is a partner and director of classroom research and development at the Wildflower Foundation. He is based in Minneapolis, MN.
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Mary Rockett

Mary Rockett, MEd, is head of Wildflower Montessori School in Cambridge, MA, and a partner at the Wildflower Foundation. AMS-credentialed (Early Childhood).
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Nazmus Saquib

Nazmus Saquib, MS, is a doctoral candidate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and works with Wildflower Montessori Schools at MIT’s Laboratory for Social Machines, in the MIT Media Lab.



Friday March 23, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Governor's Square 17 Plaza Concourse Level
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