‘21st Century Learning Skills for a Path to Success’

Principal Vivian Firestone

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The Sage Speaker Series — “21st Century Learning Skills for a Path to Success” — was held May 7 at Sage Canyon Elementary School.

A panel of educational experts discussed multiple perspectives of developing young students into the future leaders, innovators, and creators of tomorrow.

Moderated by Sage Canyon Principal Vivian Firestone, panelists included:

• Alison Fieberg, lead teacher, curriculum and instruction, Del Mar Union School District

• Melissa Griffen, math teacher, Carmel Valley Middle School

• Brian Shay, mathematics department chair and teacher, Canyon Crest Academy

• Guershon Harel, Ph.D., professor, Department of Mathematics, UC San Diego

• Gen-Sheng Feng, Ph.D., professor, Department of Pathology & Biology, UC San Diego

For photos online, visit www.delmartimes.net. Photos by Jon Clark

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