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Strategies for Learning from Failure

Strategies for Learning from Failure | Design Thinking | Scoop.it
We are programmed at an early age to think that failure is bad. That belief prevents organizations from effectively learning from their missteps.
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Experimentation and failure is an important part in Design Thinking.

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Can We Teach Empathy?

Can We Teach Empathy? | Design Thinking | Scoop.it
Five elements that promote empathy building in the classroom

Via Carmen Arias
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how to teach empathy to future designers

 

 

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Carmen Arias 's curator insight, February 15, 2015 6:21 AM

Another useful tool for teaching... Empathy

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Storytelling in Design Practice

Storytelling in Design Practice | Design Thinking | Scoop.it

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interesting article about storytelling

 

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Design Thinking Model E.volution 6

Design Thinking Model E.volution 6 | Design Thinking | Scoop.it

Understanding the entire creative process of a project is a primary requirement to achieving reliable innovation. The E.6 model offers an orientation throughout a creative process, a framework for innovative thinking, and a toolkit for the creative and human-centred thinking that is needed to innovate in any kind of business.

The model is called E.volution 6 squared for the following reasons:
Evolution because the creative process is a non linear, evolutionary and iterative process in which a lot of individuals and situations are interacting. The graphic solution indicates that each E-phase of the model is connected with the other phases in iterative loops (cycles). E.6, because in English (and in Portuguese), the division into 6 process spaces, which we consider the most appropriate ones, all start with an ‘E’: Emergence, Empathy, Experimentation, Elaboration, Exposition and Extension. Since there are moments of Exploration (divergence) and Evaluation (convergence) in every phase of the model, we call the model E.6^2.
The E.6 model is used in several contexts: in training workshops, in coaching sessions, in product development, in service innovation and in education. In each context the central visual part of the model is the same, but the techniques on the right hand side can change, depending on the concrete purpose for which we want to use the model.

The author of the model is Katja Tschimmel, for Na'Mente (www.namente.pt) and ESAD (www.esad.pt).

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The Evolution of Blended Learning

The Evolution of Blended Learning | Design Thinking | Scoop.it
The concept of "blended learning", which was introduced as early as 2000, has assumed more importance than ever before and has transformed from a theoretical concept with rudimentary applications to an essential part of mainstream education...

Via Dr. Susan Bainbridge
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Blended learning is one of the methods which will influence a lot of Design Thinking practices.

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Kiruthika Ragupathi's curator insight, February 15, 2015 7:53 PM

The author points out very rightly that, "Blended learning is an evolving, dynamic organism that cannot be forced into a custom template, and that Good blending comes from establishing equilibrium between the learner and the learning objective".

Kiruthika Ragupathi's curator insight, February 15, 2015 7:56 PM

The author points out very rightly that, "Blended learning is an evolving, dynamic organism that cannot be forced into a custom template, and that Good blending comes from establishing equilibrium between the learner and the learning objective".

Tony Guzman's curator insight, March 2, 2015 3:28 PM

How has blended learning changed over the past decade? This article helps identify some of the ways it has.

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10 Tools For Student-Centered Creative Expression - TeachThought

10 Tools For Student-Centered Creative Expression - TeachThought | Design Thinking | Scoop.it

"In my last article, I discussed the inherent benefits of using digital images in the classroom, including strategies in which teachers can use them to promote student thought and performance.

 

With technological revolution infiltrating classrooms across the country, teachers must be on top of their game when faced with students whose attention spans are limited to the length of a twitter update or Instagram post."


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Website Design Projects Timeline From Research To Testing [infographic]

Website Design Projects Timeline From Research To Testing  [infographic] | Design Thinking | Scoop.it
This great infographic takes you through the initial engagement stages for new website design work, through research, landing page design, coding, validation onto final launch and search engine optimi

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Design Thinking applied to Web Sites. Very nice graphic!

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Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, February 7, 2014 12:06 AM

Cool way to visualize web design process and true to my experience of creating more than 100 websites.

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Tim Brown on Design Thinking « Doodle Revolution

Tim Brown on Design Thinking « Doodle Revolution | Design Thinking | Scoop.it
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The power of visual thinking about Design Thinking

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