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IDEATE - DESIGN THINKING: TATIANA TAVARES

IDEATE - DESIGN THINKING: TATIANA TAVARES

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  • 1. IDEATE DESIGN THINKING ACTION LAB SCHOOL-WORK TRANSITION T A T I A N A T A V A R E S
  • 2. STEP 1
  • 3. PROBLEM STATEMENT LECTURER (HONEST, CHEERFUL. CARING, EXPERIENCED, DEDICATED) NEEDS A WAY TO GUIDE STUDENTS ON THE SCHOOL-WORK TRANSITION BECAUSE STUDENTS HAVE AN UNREALISTIC EXPECTATION AND SCHOOLS DON’T PREPARE THEM TO THE WORK ENVIRONMENT.
  • 4. CONTRACT LECTURERS WITH MORE WORK EXPERIENCE SCHOOL SHOULD GIVE LESS GUIDANCE, LIKE IN THE INDUSTRY IMPLEMENT A MODULE ABOUT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AT SCHOOL CHANGE ROOLS OF STUDENTS AND LECTURERS (SOMETIMES STUDENTS CAN BE THE BOSS) ENCOURAGE STUDENTS TO BE AN OBSERVER FOR ONE-DAY / MONTH IN THE INDUSTRY INVITE GUEST LECTURERS AND EX-STUDENTS TO TALK ABOUT THEIR EXPERIENCES. CREATE A FORM: STUDENTS LIST EXPECTATIONS AND LECTURERS EXPLAIN REALITY OF INDUSTRY CREATE A BLOG WITH DAILY REPORTS FROM STUDENTS. RUN THE LAST YEAR AT SCHOOL AS A WORK ENVIRONMENT ONE-ON-ONE SECTION WITH LECTURERS BEFORE STUDENTS GRADUATE. STUDENTS SUBMIT THEIR DREAM JOB AND HOW THEY ARE PLANNING TO ACHIEVE IT REAL-LIFE BRIEFS WITH ASSESSMENT DONE BY EMPLOYERS. MOTIVATE STUDENTS TO STUDY PART-TIME AND WORK PART-TIME AT THE INDUSTRY. EX-STUDENTS WRITE LETTERS ABOUT BEFORE AND AFTER AND LECTURERS CAN READ IN CLASS (WHAT IT WAS EXPECTED AND WHAT CHANGED) INVOLVE PARENTS IN EARLY AGE TO INSTRUCT STUDENTS IN A TRANSITION PLAN. LOOKING FOR JOB-RELATED ON HOLIDAYS. ENCOURAGE STUDENTS TO CREATE THEIR OWN TRANSITION PLAN. COLLECT INFO ABOUT STUDENTS INTERESTS AND ABILITIES AND WHICH SKILLS / EXPERIENCES DO THEY NEED TO REACH THESE GOALS 19 IDEAS
  • 5. HELP STUDENTS WRITING RESUME, CAPITALIZE THEIR STRENGTHS AND HOW TO STEP INTO WORKFORCE WITH CONFIDENCE. CREATE A DIAGRAM ABOUT THE STEPS OF WORK-SCHOOL TRANSITION CREATE A GUIDE ABOUT THE SCHOOL- WORK TRANSITION WITH CASE-STUDIES. MAKE STUDENTS ACCEPT THE FACT THAT THE FIRST JOB IS THE MOST CHALLENGE. VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AT EARLY AGE (BEFORE COMING TO SCHOOL) 1ST YEAR STUDENTS NEED TO VISIT COMPANIES AND DO INTERVIEW AS A SCHOOL EXERCISE. REAL-LIFE BRIEFS WITH ASSESSMENT DONE BY EMPLOYERS. TEACH SOME LEVEL OF INDEPENDENCE SUCH AS LIFE SKILLS, SELF- ADVOCACY SKILLS, RESPONSIBILITY SKILLS. ALLOW STUDENTS TO BE SELF-DIRECTED AND USE LANGUAGE AND PROCEDURES THAT TEACH THEM HOW TO DO THAT. CREATE A EVERYDAY SCHEDULE AT SCHOOL AND IMPLEMENT REALISTIC WORK RELATED TIME FOR WORK ACTIVITIES. TEACHER EXPECTATIONS SHOULD BE HIGHER SIMILAR WITH INDUSTRY (SPECIALLY IN THE LAST YEAR) CHANGE THE CURRICULUM FOR MORE GUIDANCE AFTER SCHOOL. CREATE ASSIGNMENTS SIMULATING STUDIO WORK. GIVE TRAINING TO COMPANIES THAT INTEND TO HAVE TRAINEES. BRING A PSYCHOLOGIST / CONCEALER TO WORK WITH STUDENTS IN THE LAST YEAR. CREATE A MOBILE APP WHERE STUDENTS CAN DESCRIBE THEIR DAILY-LIFE OR EXPERIENCE IN HIS/HER FIRST JOB. PLATFORM WHERE STUDENTS CAN HAVE A DIRECT CHAT WITH LECTURER WHEN NOT SURE WHAT TO DO. 17 IDEAS
  • 6. PRE-TRAINING: EMPLOYERS MONITOR STUDENTS WHEN THEY ARE STILL AT SCHOOL FOR POTENTIAL EMPLOYMENT. HAVE A WEEKLY GROUP DISCUSSING WITH INVITED GUESTS. MATRIX: FEED THE INFORMATION DIRECTLY INTO MY BRAIN. CREATE ELECTIVE WORKSHOPS ABOUT DIFFERENT AREAS OF PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT, SUCH AS BUDGETING, SELF- ASSESSMENT, OPENING A BUSINESS, BEHAVIOURS, WORK ETHICS, ETC. SCHOOL FACEBOOK PAGE DISCUSSING THE TRANSITION ASK EMPLOYERS / COMPANIES TO PARTICIPATE IN STUDENTS ASSIGNMENT AND / OR DAILY EXERCISES. ENCOURAGE STUDENTS TO HAVE A PERSONAL DIARY WITH THEIR EMOTIONAL STRUGGLES. ASK THE STUDENTS TO BE ORGANISERS OF THEIR OPENING SHOW FOR END OF THE COURSE (SO THEY UNDERSTAND MANAGEMENT SKILLS) INDUSTRY MARK STUDENTS WORK IN THE END OF THE YEAR. INDUSTRY SUPPLY THE BRIEF AND BEST PERFORMANCE STUDENTS CAN GET A JOB. MENTORSHIP. FINDING SOMEONE FROM INDUSTRY TO GUIDE STUDENTS WHEN THEY ARE STILL AT SCHOOL PRE-TRAINING: EMPLOYERS MONITOR STUDENTS WHEN THEY ARE STILL AT SCHOOL FOR POTENTIAL EMPLOYMENT. AN MOBILE APP THAT CAN GIVE RANDOM ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS. TURNING LECTURER INTO A CARRIER GUIDE. CREATE A SPACE WHERE STUDENTS CAN RUN BY THEMSELVES (LIKE A WORK ENVIRONMENT) INSTANT HELP DESK WITH PROFILE OF STUDENTS AND ANSWERS IN A SHORT SPACE OF TIME. ‘TRANSPORTABLE’ OR ‘STOP TIME’ SYSTEM WHERE STUDENTS CAN CONTACT LECTURERS AND ASK QUESTIONS. 16 IDEAS
  • 7. BRING RECRUITMENT AGENCIES INTO THE CLASSROOMS. A GUIDE ABOUT WORK ETHICS. CREATE A BOOK GUIDE WITH THE STEPS OF SCHOOL- WORK TRANSITION. AN OPEN DAY WHERE INDUSTRY COMES AND LOOK AT THE STUDENT PORTFOLIOS BEFORE THEY GRADUATE. CREATE A PROGRAM CALLED ‘FIRST JOB CHALLENGE’ THAT STUDENTS PARTICIPATE AND BECOME INSPIRATION FOR OTHERS. DO A QUESTIONNAIRE THAT STUDENT FILL IN THAT IDENTIFY FAILURE ON THEIR WORK ETHICS. SIMULATING REAL INTERVIEWS BETWEEN STUDENTS, LECTURERS AND GUESTS. STUDENTS NEED TO DRESS- UP, ANSWER QUESTIONS, ETC. INSPIRE STUDENTS TO DO A THEATRICAL PLAY ABOUT WORK ETHICS. CREATE A REPORT SYSTEM AS PART OF SCHOOL ASSESSMENT WHERE STUDENTS NEED TO SEEK THEMSELVES FOR INDUSTRY RELATED JOBS IN FORM OF VOLUNTARY WORK, FREELANCE, PAID/ UNPAID SMALL JOB, ETC AND DESCRIBE THEIR EXPERIENCE WITH THE CLIENT OR BOSS. A ‘GOD’ COMING FROM SKY AND GIVING HOPE TO STUDENTS. CREATE A BOARD GAME / VIDEO GAME ABOUT WORK ENVIRONMENT. GIVE A CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT FOR A ELECTIVE COURSE THAT HELPS STUDENTS TO GET OBS AND IT’S VALIDATE BY THE INDUSTRY ASK STUDENTS TO DEFINE THEMSELVES AS A PROFESSIONAL IN FORM OF VISUAL MOODBOARDS. INSPIRE STUDENTS TO WORK FOR THEMSELVES OR HOW TO OPEN THEIR OWN BUSINESS. BRING BOSSES AND LECTURERS TOGETHER TEACHING AS PART OF FACULTY. A NEW SCHOOL THAT IS MORE RELATED TO THE INDUSTRY. 16 IDEAS
  • 8. INVOLVE PARENTS: THEY CAN WORK AS ROLE MODELS / TEACHERS FOR POST-SCHOOL OPTIONS. CREATE A FREE EMPLOYER ENVIRONMENT OR A SYSTEM OF GRATIFICATION FREE OF HASSLE CREATE ‘MY FIRST JOB EXPERIENCE WEBSITE’ WHERE STUDENTS CAN TELL THEIR NEGATIVE AND POSITIVE EXPERIENCES LECTURERS CAN VISIT DIFFERENT COMPANIES EVERY DAY AND BRING TO THE CLASSROOM WHAT’S HAPPENING RIGHT NOW AT THE INDUSTRY. A PLATFORM WHERE EMPLOYERS CAN GIVE SUGGESTION TO THE STUDENTS BASED ON THEIR EXPERIENCE WITH RECENT GRADUATES. A WEB PLATFORM WHERE EMPLOYERS AND STUDENTS HAVE PROFILES AND CAN COMMUNICATE (QUESTION AND ANSWERS, CREATE PROFILES, POST PERMANENT JOBS, FREELANCER, ETC) 6 IDEAS TOTAL: 74 IDEAS
  • 9. STEP 2
  • 10. 1. THE MOST PRACTICAL IDEA SCHOOL-WORK TRANSITION KIT A GUIDE / KIT* WITH GUIDELINES FOR LECTURES AND STUDENTS ABOUT THE WORK-SCHOOL TRANSITION *KIT can include videos, ideas for practical workshops and briefs/exercises. PS: This pack should be directed related to the discipline investigated —in this case the Creative Industry, Graphic and Web design, Motion graphics, 3D Animation, Games and Advertising. This pack is versatile might include workshops such as: • Help to students writing resume, capitalizing their strengths and how to step into workforce with confidence. • Interviews, presentation of portfolios. • Create a form: students list expectations and lecturers explain reality of industry. • Do a time management plan for study hours. • Questionnaire that students can fill out that can identify failure on their behaviour and Work Ethics.
  • 11. 2. THE MOST DISRUPTIVE IDEA BRIDGING SCHOOL-WORK ENVIRONMENTS CREATE A WORKSPACE AT SCHOOL IN WHICH STUDENTS CAN BE AUTONOMOUS. THEY CAN WORK WITH EMPLOYERS / CLIENT IN REAL-LIFE AND/OR FREELANCE PAID JOBS BEFORE LEAVING SCHOOL. This exercise could be part of school assignments with an overall grade is given by educator and client/employer. Students can report their experience and progress and be graded in terms of relationships with client, budget for printing, time allocation, behaviour, work ethics, methodology, etc. CONCLUSION: SCHOOL NEEDS TO BRING EMPLOYERS TO THE CURRICULUM OF SCHOOL. IT ALSO NEEDS 2 KINDS OF EDUCATORS: THE INDUSTRY RELATED AND THE THEORY / ACADEMIC RELATED. They can work together giving insights and briefs that can embrace academy and industry. PS: This idea should be related to the discipline investigated —in this case the Creative Industry, Graphic and Web design, Motion graphics, 3D Animation, Games and Advertising.
  • 12. 3. YOUR FAVOURITE IDEA THE ‘FIRST JOB EXPERIENCE’ THE ‘FIRST JOB EXPERIENCE’ COULD BE A PROGRAM CREATED BY SCHOOLS IN WHICH STUDENTS CAN PARTICIPATE AND WIN PRIZES. STUDENTS WHO HAVE BEEN THROUGH THEIR FIRST JOB EXPERIENCE BECOME INSPIRATION FOR OTHERS AND NEED TO GUIDE OTHER STUDENTS ON THE SCHOOL-WORK TRANSITION (IN FORM OF MENTORSHIP). This project could work in conjunction as a web platforom where students / employers communicate and talk about the ‘first job experience’ —which can be the hardest part of the transition. Employers and students can communicate in form of question and answers, create profiles, post permanent and freelance job, hire recet graduates, etc. PS: This idea doesn’t necessary needs to be related to the initial discipline investigated — in this case the Creative Industry: Graphic and Web design, Motion graphics, 3D Animation, Games and Advertising.

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