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Back-to-School with Design Thinking – Webinar with Beth Holland and Douglas Kiang 

 August 23rd 3pm EST on EdWeb.Net   >> Watch the Webinar Recording on EdWeb   Design Thinking encourages students to engage in empathy, define problems, prototype, iterate, and solve real-world problems. Makerspaces help students foster critical thinking, open-ended creativity and iterative design. In this webinar, Beth and Douglas presented the design thinking process. They showed examples […]

Use Design Thinking to Develop Critical Skills for a 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. […]

Design Thinking, iPads, and the Innovation Summit – Beth Holland on the 2 Guys Show 

We love working with Drew Minock (@TechMinock) and Brad Waid (@TechBradWaid) from the 2 Guys Show! In fact, they were amazing featured speakers at our 2015 Innovation Summit in San Diego. When they invited me to appear on the relaunch of their #2GuysShow, I jumped at the opportunity. We had a great conversation about Design […]

Design Thinking in Higher Ed – From Research Paper to Documentary 

This post first appeared on EdTech Researcher and was co-authored by Sabba (@AskMsQ) and Claire Norman (@ClaireNorman17). Claire is the Director of Communications at the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California where Sabba is the Director of Innovative Learning. "Meeting people has really helped us understand the community as a whole more […]

Use Design Thinking to Develop the 7 Mindsets of the Mentally Wealthy – From Sabba 

This post from Sabba Quidwai first appeared on EdTech Researcher. We live in a world today where knowledge is a commodity. Instead of focusing on mastering content, we need to focus on mastering skills and developing mindsets such as creative confidence, empathy and failing forward, to name just a few. In an article previewing his […]

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

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