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I have gleaned a very honest sense of delight from reading your work. It's not only because you're a candid and thoughtful person (which you are) or a gifted and insightful writer (which you are), but also because you are so able to illuminate subtle threads that connect thinkers, experiences, concepts, theories, and lives of the past, present, and speculative future. 

Eve Ewing

 Writer, Scholar, Cultural Organizer
Chicago, IL

Just wanted to reach out to thank you - I'm teaching a middle school summer language arts enrichment class and we've been playing your games as warm ups. The kids LOVE them! Perfect brain break!

Sarah G. 


Mountain Lakes School District, NJ

When our team became stuck forming understanding goals, instead of telling us what to do, Indi prompted us with further questions. It helped our team to understand the purpose of our project much more clearly.

Amanda D.


St. Catherine’s School, Australia

When I signed up for your string of courses, I was hoping for a way to integrate a few lessons into the classroom. What I didn’t bargain for is an overhaul of my teaching practice.

Nina P. 


West Contra Costa Unified, CA

Indi took our education department staff through an incredibly rich and responsive strategic planning process and lifted up the brilliance in the room through expert facilitation.

Aurora T.K. 

Director of Education

Marwen Center, Chicago

Thank you for gifting Maya Lin with your fabulous facilitation skills! Your content expertise, empathy, and humor elevated my learning experience and strengthened my family’s connection to our school community.

April Y.


Maya Lin Elementary School, Alameda

You helped us see who was in the room, asses what we needed and taught us to create culturally responsive classrooms. I am forever changed because of your teaching and the relationships you helped us foster.

Kelly W. 


Piedmont Unified School District, CA

Coach Indi, thank you for coming to read to us about imaginary pets. We had fun with your painting art project.

Hillside Room 5 

1st graders

San Lorenzo Unified, CA

Through our readings, videos, discussions, and projects, it has become abundantly clear to me that a school should not be viewed as an assembly line of intelligence, but rather as a series of small communities where knowledge is shared freely, mistakes are forgiven easily, and students actively participate in a culture of learning.


Anthony W. 

Music Teacher

Richmond, CA

This is how I want my classroom to feel. I felt heard, validated and connected to my peers. I will bring these techniques to my classroom for sure. 

Mini Course Participant

Thinking Routines as Democratic Practice 

Project Zero Classroom, Harvard, MA

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