By: Adam Low. Adam discusses how the T3 Alliance curriculum provides design thinking guidance and new structures that empower students to make a difference during times of crisis.
Imagine a high school that started with design thinking and leadership training. Imagine having the opportunity to prototype a solution to a community problem and earn a provisional patent. For students at a Kansas City high school, it's a reality.
By: Larry Spang and Emily Grandstaff-Rice. Arrowstreet, a Boston-based architecture and design firm, is dedicated to accentuating schools’ missions through thoughtful and strategic design, creating customized spaces that support today’s teaching styles and emphasize educational facilities’ unique purposes.
Testing, the fifth phase of the design thinking framework, requires careful user observation and continued dedication to confronting the challenge at hand.
We can use technology to have our students transform their world and the world at large by ensuring their digital literacy.
Prototyping is the fourth phase of the design thinking framework. When prototyping school marketing, contribution is key to keeping creativity flowing.
Ideation and brainstorming are practices used by nearly every business and organization. These tips make it a more effective and varied experience.
Oftentimes challenges are not fully defined, and as a result, the solution doesn’t stick. Defining a problem is about moving past assumptions and reconciling data and observation.
Empathy is the first step in the design thinking framework. It’s a crucial part of the successful marketing of your school.