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Dr. Tina Seelig is Professor of the Practice at the department of Management Science and Engineering at Stanford University School of Engineering, and Also the executive director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program.She teaches courses on creativity, invention, and entrepreneurship in the d.school in Stanford University.
Tina earned her Ph.D. in Neuroscience from Stanford Medical School, has worked as a management consultant, a program manufacturer, also as a entrepreneur. She has received many honors, such as the SVForum Visionary Award, the Gordon Prize from the National Academy of Engineering, and the National Olympus Innovation Award.
She's also written 17 books and educational games, including What I Wish I Knew When I Was 20 (2009), also inGenius: A Crash Course on Creativity (2012). Her new novel is Insight Out. See all Tina Seelig products
Randy Howe is a special education teacher in The Sound School in New Haven, CT.. He is married to Alicia Solis and has a daughter and a son, in addition to a cat and a dog, in addition to a white picket fence.
Randy has composed more than 20 novels for Kaplan and Globe Pequot Press (GPP), and five "Brainiac" Kaplan card box collections. Among his very best sellers are "Teacher Haiku," "The Quotable Teacher," "Spelling Bee Brainiac," "Nifty 50 States Brainiac," "Flags of the Fifty States," and "First Year Teacher." In 2010, Kaplan printed "One Size Does Not Fit All," a collection of stories from teachers based around the theme of diversity in the classroom which Randy gathered and edited.
Randy's website is http://www.randyhowe.org/ and he tweets as fitzhowe.
In 1989, Randy graduated from Fox Lane High School. In 1993 he received his Bachelor of Arts in Hobart College and 2 decades later was awarded a Masters of Professional Studies in special education by Manhattanville College. In 2001 he earned his administrative certificate from Teachers College, Columbia University. After this season, he started writing a weekly philosophy column for McGraw-Hill's college division and published by his very first book. See all Randy Howe products