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Introduction
to DESIGN

THINKING
by Joseph Broughton
@JosephBroughton
Why

Design Thinking?
Student

Centered
Emphasizes

reativity
C

ytivitaerC
Authentic learning
Students as

Producers
How Might We...
Design Thinking

models
d.School

Em

at
p

ze
hi

Id
ne
efi
D

te
ea
ro
P

ot
t

pe
y
st
Te
D.E.E.P
Discover

Produce

Empathize

Experiment
IDEO’S Design Thinking for
Educators
1
DISCOVERY

2
INTERPRETATION

3
IDEATION

4
EXPERIMENTATION

DISCOVERY
INTERPRETATIO...
Attributesof

Design Thinking
models
Non-linear
Steps are not always taken in the same

order
or
sequence.
empathy

reflect

define

feedback

ideate
prototype
empathy

reflect

define

feedback

ideate
prototype
empathy

reflect

define

feedback

ideate
prototype
empathy

reflect

?

WHAT
NEXT

feedback

define

ideate
prototype
Student Centered
Students are engaged
in the process.
Nueva’s I-Lab
RESEARCH/
“DEEP DIVE”

COLLABORATE

?

FOCUS

WHAT
NEXT
PROTOTYPING
CYCLE

MAKE
INFORMED
DECISIONS

GENERATE...
Ellen Deutscher
Model as part
of process
The Design Thinking model is a
prototype.
Making Design Process Your Own:

Visualizations and Variations

from http://www.k12lab.org/?p=54
Walkthrough:
Using Design Thinking
in the classroom
empathy

reflect

empathy
•user centered
•interviews/

define

observations/
immersion

feedback

ideate
prototype
Goal

Authentic

Problem
Solving
empathy

define

reflect

•identify problem
•HMW
•Point of View

feedback

define

ideate
prototype
Discovering a
Design Challenge
HMW

How Might We...

POV

Point of View statements
Telling a Story

Context
People
Problems

setting
characters
conflict
Telling a Story

Context
People
Problems

__________?
__________?
__________?
empathy

ideate

reflect

•brainstorming
•“going broad”
•fuel for

define

innovation

feedback

ideate
prototype
empathy

reflect

prototype
•building
•iterative

define

development of
artifacts

feedback

ideate
prototype
empathy

feedback
reflect

define
•test
•leads to improving
prototype

feedback

ideate
prototype
empathy

reflect

reflect

•What worked? define
•What didn’t work?
•What’s next?

feedback

ideate
prototype
Henry Ford Learning Institute
Design Thinking Teacher Training Video

http://youtu.be/ziADZVyLTqo?t=4m7s
Thoughts so far...
Final Notes:
Importance of building
classroom culture
Assessment looks different

Mindset
over
Process
over
Product
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  1. 1. Introduction to DESIGN THINKING by Joseph Broughton @JosephBroughton
  2. 2. Why Design Thinking?
  3. 3. Student Centered
  4. 4. Emphasizes reativity C ytivitaerC
  5. 5. Authentic learning
  6. 6. Students as Producers
  7. 7. How Might We...
  8. 8. Design Thinking models
  9. 9. d.School Em at p ze hi Id ne efi D te ea ro P ot t pe y st Te
  10. 10. D.E.E.P Discover Produce Empathize Experiment
  11. 11. IDEO’S Design Thinking for Educators 1 DISCOVERY 2 INTERPRETATION 3 IDEATION 4 EXPERIMENTATION DISCOVERY INTERPRETATION IDEATION NTATION 5 EVOLUTION INTER EXPERIMENT EVOLU The grou A 2-day summer workshop kicked off the challenge, with ch creating The group synthesized the research creating gene Initial imagining oneideas included tool brainstorm of their enge, with generative question an excercise which entailed teachers Several Over globa questions, such Based onexpanded brainstormstc enable the globally the year 2060.as “How might we enable the theid design and understand- include curr to aware mone of their prototyped which resulted ideas were in current students in the we a whole. intere aware e providegoals and dreams of their students andmightemergence of a opportunitiesstudent?” and “How families, provide oppor for educational system as including nderstanding the of a pattern across all the prototypes: for interest-driven learning?” project- a coupled century families, with the books they read about 21stthe team was passion sionatethe teachers collectivelyand learning necesabout a teaching discussed the skills skills,
  12. 12. Attributesof Design Thinking models
  13. 13. Non-linear Steps are not always taken in the same order or sequence.
  14. 14. empathy reflect define feedback ideate prototype
  15. 15. empathy reflect define feedback ideate prototype
  16. 16. empathy reflect define feedback ideate prototype
  17. 17. empathy reflect ? WHAT NEXT feedback define ideate prototype
  18. 18. Student Centered Students are engaged in the process.
  19. 19. Nueva’s I-Lab RESEARCH/ “DEEP DIVE” COLLABORATE ? FOCUS WHAT NEXT PROTOTYPING CYCLE MAKE INFORMED DECISIONS GENERATE IDEAS
  20. 20. Ellen Deutscher
  21. 21. Model as part of process The Design Thinking model is a prototype.
  22. 22. Making Design Process Your Own: Visualizations and Variations from http://www.k12lab.org/?p=54
  23. 23. Walkthrough: Using Design Thinking in the classroom
  24. 24. empathy reflect empathy •user centered •interviews/ define observations/ immersion feedback ideate prototype
  25. 25. Goal Authentic Problem Solving
  26. 26. empathy define reflect •identify problem •HMW •Point of View feedback define ideate prototype
  27. 27. Discovering a Design Challenge HMW How Might We... POV Point of View statements
  28. 28. Telling a Story Context People Problems setting characters conflict
  29. 29. Telling a Story Context People Problems __________? __________? __________?
  30. 30. empathy ideate reflect •brainstorming •“going broad” •fuel for define innovation feedback ideate prototype
  31. 31. empathy reflect prototype •building •iterative define development of artifacts feedback ideate prototype
  32. 32. empathy feedback reflect define •test •leads to improving prototype feedback ideate prototype
  33. 33. empathy reflect reflect •What worked? define •What didn’t work? •What’s next? feedback ideate prototype
  34. 34. Henry Ford Learning Institute Design Thinking Teacher Training Video http://youtu.be/ziADZVyLTqo?t=4m7s
  35. 35. Thoughts so far...
  36. 36. Final Notes: Importance of building classroom culture Assessment looks different Mindset over Process over Product
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