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.
An interactive, student-focused summit in Boise encourages young people to share stories and strategies to inspire, organize, and lead a national movement to empower positive change in the world.
3Dux|Design emphasizes process over product, promoting design thinking by creating pathways for innovative learning.
By: Kate Sullivan Frades & Brinnie Ramsey. Improving formative assessment practices through design thinking can prove to be a productive challenge in school districts with well-established policies.
By Emily Liebtag and Tom Vander Ark. Taliq Tillman (above) is an outspoken sophomore at an Ivy League college and the co-founder of Diversity Talks, a nonprofit that gives voice to marginalized students. Tillman described to an audience at the University of Pennsylvania how traditional education—including the best known colleges—often…