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ELMLE 2013

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Design Thinking in the Middle

European League for Middle Level Education (ELMLE)

Pre-Conference Workshop  |  Rome, Italy  |  January 24, 2013

 

John Nash  |  john.nash@uky.edu  | twitter.com/jnash  |  dlab.uky.edu

Jennifer Rhodes  | jennifer.rhodes@ismonaco.com  | twitter.com/jrhodesism  |  ismonaco.com

 


Workshop Outline

Participants work on three successively risky and realistic design challenges illustrating the design thinking process: empathy, user focus, brainstorming, prototyping and feedback. 

 

Online Flyer

 

Poster [PDF]

Full color poster, suitable for 11 in x 17 in printing.

 

Morning

 

Low Risk Challenge

The Marshmallow Challenge [site]

 

Mindsets We Hope to Impart

7 Mindsets [PDF of Jenn's slideset]

 

Medium Risk Challenge

Redesigning the Gift Giving Experience [from Stanford's dSchool]

 

Afternoon

 

Higher Risk Challenge

With 8 middle level students from American Overseas School of Rome. 

Design Thinking and Differentiation: Designing with Students [PDF workbook from us]

 

Noticing

Why Notice: Tim Brown explains

Moleskin Notebooks for All

Looking, Seeing & Noticing

 

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