Use Design Thinking to Develop Critical Skills for a Global Economy

Design Thinking & Global Economy

This post first appeared on EdTech Researcher. Several weeks ago, I had the privilege of being an observer at NAATE – The National Academy of Advanced Teacher Education. They use a rigorous curriculum based on the Harvard Business School case method to create whole school change through School Leader and Teacher Leader learning and development. […]

Empathy, Strategy, and Edupreneurship: Fostering a Culture of Innovation – From Beth

Use Design Thinking to Develop the 7 Mindsets of the Mentally Wealthy (1)

This post first appeared on EdTech Researcher at Education Week. Last week, I had several fascinating conversations with administrators, teachers, and parents from different schools. Even though the topics of these conversations ranged from iPads to learning commons to student data, at some point, I came to the same revelation: what is the problem that […]

March 23rd, 8 pm EST- Design Thinking in the Classroom

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Spirals of Innovation in Schools – From Pockets of Excellence to Sustained Change from Beth Holland

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This post originally appeared on EdTechResearcher. To be successful in a knowledge economy, students will require the ability to complete non-routine tasks, solve unstructured problems, and employ technologies for communication, collaboration, and creation (Autor, & Price, 2013; Collet, Hine, & Plessis, 2015). Unfortunately, current classroom practice does not always support the development of these skills. […]