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  • 1. DESIGN THINKING COURSE REFLECTION
  • 2. TAKEAWAYS/LEARNING • Design of space matters. Think about the environment you want to create when you ideate and create prototypes. Doing so will also make you aware of the space of the people you will be designing for. • Question your stakeholders carefully, digging deeper for their thinking with questions such as “why” or “how come”? However, don’t lead the witness! • Be alert to the emotional states your stakeholder is expressing and the non-verbal cues s/he is giving you. • Be sure to include “blue sky” ideas, even if they can’t actually occur in the real world. You never know how you can adapt an idea to the real world.
  • 3. PROCESS MAP Watched videos and read materials about design thinking Considered how I thought about things like design space, empathy, ideati on, and prototyping Worked on my design challenge Applied the design thinking process to additional areas of my life Honed questions for my stakeholder Would I have enough ideas? Worked to truly consider needs of my stakeholder Was happy the challenge had relevance in my job as a high school teacher Having prior knowledge of design thinking made starting easier In line at Best Buy recently, I was considering how to improve my own user experience using DT
  • 4. DESIGN THINKING AT WORK • Requested that my classroom be redesigned – or better yet that I redesign it with my students – so my stakeholders – the students – are more successful • Considering how to incorporate what I learned and prototyped in the design challenge into my classroom and school setting
  • 5. DESIGN THINKING AT WORK • Have solicited teachers about questions they have on the area of professional development I’ll be focusing on with them • Shared my design thinking class experience with members of an education Facebook group I belong to
  • 6. CONCLUSION • I see many applications of Design Thinking, particularly in my workplace, and can’t wait to implement all I’ve learned!
  • 7. DESIGN THINKING AT HOME • BEST BUY • On line at the store, I concluded Best Buy needed a course in design thinking: customers had to return merchandise and meet with Geek Squad in the same place! #notuserfriendly!

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