Written by: Leigh Graves Wolf
Primary Source: Leigh Graves Wolf, February 27, 2016
I was honored and delighted to spend some time with friends at #CESIcon 2016 today! Here is a brief follow up to our design thinking challenge this morning. We very (very!) quickly ran through two steps of a design thinking challenge (empathize & define) to wet the appetite for learning more about design thinking and how it can be used to tackle wicked problems. The design thinking activity today was directly connected to the Digital Strategy for Schools 2015-2020 guiding document.
Here are the slides:
And, here is the raw data (the invisible made visible) from the session – you can use this to continue the challenge and to ideate – prototype – and test! Looking forward to continuing the conversation – please share your adventures in design thinking, would love to hear from you again!
Tweets from session:
Transcript from TodaysMeet:
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