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    1. 1. What’s the Big Deal? How Design Thinking Transforms the Classroom & School 2013 ACSA Leadership Summit November 8, 2013 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Menlo Park City School District Menlo Park CA Maurice Ghysels, Superintendent Alicia Bowman, Director of Student Assessment, Program Evaluation & Research Erik Burmeister, Middle School Principal
    2. 2. Purpose of our Presentation
    3. 3. What is Design Thinking? “The Methodology commonly referred to as design thinking is a proven and repeatable problem-solving protocol that any business or profession can employ to achieve extraordinary results.” -Fast Company
    4. 4. What is Design Thinking? http://feedroom.businessweek.com/index.jsp?fr_story =3def41e1b7396a87d623c3f13762217960729575
    5. 5. What is Design Thinking?
    6. 6. Opening Ourselves to Possibility Design thinking is a mindset It’s really not training it is doing.
    7. 7. With design thinking you…. Focus on the individual Design as Delight
    8. 8. With design thinking you… Observe to Inspire Go and see things that are different than you.
    9. 9. With design thinking you… Fail early and Fail often
    10. 10. How Do We Design Something Different?
    11. 11. Let’s get you designing… A Hangout for Brenda and her friends
    12. 12. Design Thinking in Menlo Park We apply a design thinking lens to most things in Menlo Park.
    13. 13. District Level Empathy with the Community
    14. 14. Program Level Empathy and Inquiry with Teachers
    15. 15. School Level Designing for Delight
    16. 16. Classroom Level Students as Design Thinkers
    17. 17. Learn more about Design Thinking The following websites provide resources around Design Thinking especially in the educational setting. http://dschool.stanford.edu/ http://www.k12lab.org/ http://www.ideo.com/work/toolkit-foreducators http://createdu.org/ http://www.extremebydesignmovie.com/

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