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Carole Geneix

Washington International School
Director of Teaching and Learning
Carole Geneix-Gutnikoff is Director of Teaching and Learning at Washington International School (WIS), a pre-school to 12th grade International Baccalaureate independent school in Washington, D.C. Prior to that, she taught middle school, high school, and college students in various settings. She fell in love with Project Zero ideas with her first “See, Think, Wonder” thinking routine and has not stopped practicing Project Zero ideas ever since. She presented Project Zero-inspired workshops at national and international conferences, as well as DC museums. At WIS, she uses Project Zero ideas to organize professional learning groups, coordinate the WIS curriculum using the Teaching for Understanding framework, facilitate meaningful discussions about teaching and learning, and develop a culture of feedback and renewal. In the past two years, she has been part of a new Project Zero endeavor on Maker-Centered Learning, “Agency by Design – DC”, led by Edward Clapp and Sarah Sheya.

My Speakers Sessions

Saturday, May 18

2:15pm PDT