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Renald Lachashvili
Exercise presentation for MOOC of
Design Thinking Action Lab
By Leticia Britos Cavagnaro, Stanford Univ...
I took my “The most disruptive idea”
to prototype it
(If I had lots of money) I would suggest to
reconstruct the whole sys...
Prototype 1
“The Ocean of Education”
I have a dream: to remove all barriers between educational
institutions, to get the Ocean of Education.
This Ocean is surr...
Modification of problem statements
• The initial problem statement was -
to reconcile the interests of all stakeholders: s...
Testing Prototype 1
“Ocean of Education”
I received the following feedback from the
person which I interviewed and defined
the problem statement:
• What aspects wo...
Prototype 2
“Merry-go-round”
Prototype 2 is presented by a short video
http://youtu.be/VC5C7vOI41Q
• There the idea of education without barriers is
pr...
Testing Protype 2
“Merry-go-round”
I received mostly critical feedback from the same person which
I interviewed and defined the problem statement:
• What asp...
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  1. 1. Renald Lachashvili Exercise presentation for MOOC of Design Thinking Action Lab By Leticia Britos Cavagnaro, Stanford University Prototypes And Tests
  2. 2. I took my “The most disruptive idea” to prototype it (If I had lots of money) I would suggest to reconstruct the whole system of education and training in the world - it is to be continuous, without barriers between different stages (schools, Colleges, Universities, corporate education) – it will be the Ocean of Education.
  3. 3. Prototype 1 “The Ocean of Education”
  4. 4. I have a dream: to remove all barriers between educational institutions, to get the Ocean of Education. This Ocean is surrounded by seas and beaches, where any person can be delivered by the bullet train (300 000 kilometers per second). On the beach one can enjoy of Edutainment and have fun of Internet-surfing. Everyone can go to the ocean on a yacht, alone or with friends, gathering them into the team. You can go on one of MOOC sailers. Having reached the opposite shore, you can see the mountain chain, of which flow rivers of Sciences: Mathematics, Physics… To climb on this river, you have all the time to go against the flow, and when the river will not passable, you have to scramble. Advancing to the top will be rewarded by the Nobel prize.
  5. 5. Modification of problem statements • The initial problem statement was - to reconcile the interests of all stakeholders: students and their parents, all the staff of school, Universities, employers (at least - its HR-managers) BECAUSE there is a substantial difference between the interests of the most important stakeholders. • When working on a prototype a new problem statement appeared - to make education a continuing, breaking the boundaries between educational institutions.
  6. 6. Testing Prototype 1 “Ocean of Education”
  7. 7. I received the following feedback from the person which I interviewed and defined the problem statement: • What aspects worked well and she liked them, were: comprehensiveness, power and beauty of the idea. • What could be improved: to add some kind of guides to the model. • Questions: What is being done on land? What contribution it makes to the situation? • New ideas: She would like to extend the model by airspace, aircrafts, helicopters, airfields and so on.
  8. 8. Prototype 2 “Merry-go-round”
  9. 9. Prototype 2 is presented by a short video http://youtu.be/VC5C7vOI41Q • There the idea of education without barriers is presented in a merry-go-round. There are traditional and new educational technologies on the merry-go-round, and there are traditional educational institutions on its periphery. • There it is shown that a student of any educational institution can use the merry-go- round to move into the area of another educational institution, get there experience and return with this new experience or skill.
  10. 10. Testing Protype 2 “Merry-go-round”
  11. 11. I received mostly critical feedback from the same person which I interviewed and defined the problem statement: • What aspects worked well and she liked them, were: a nice idea for future. • What could be improved: to add one more ring for Tutors who will use special technologies providing students transitions there and back. • Questions: who will accompany the students in their trips to other educational institutions? How all of this will relate to their traditional educational programs? How will be described this activity, these new technologies? What legal grounds could exist for this innovation inside present educational system? • New ideas: firstly, we need to develop scenarios of these transitions and Tutors as special people who should provide these activities, secondly, ensure legal harmonization with the existing educational system

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