By learning to observe human behaviors and needs in the context
of real life, Design Thinking participants discover human-centered
questions and problems worth trying to solve.
cused on the future of learning. Students—as researchers and ethnographers—interviewed conference attendees, global partners, and virtual participants (via several digital platforms)
on Day 1, leading to a range of design
problems they wanted to consider.
Explore a range of remarkable possi-
bilities. Once students returned to the
classroom, they filled the space with
colorful Post-It Notes and sketches
rich with multilayered questions and
descriptive idea sparks until each
team identified their preferred prob-
lem. Problems ranged from how to
empower young people to become
global journalists while still in school
to how to stretch the boundaries
of a physical classroom and how to
redesign the underlying relation-
ship between learners and teachers.
Working face to face with a cadre of
professional designers, educators,
and technology experts from around
Ohio and the United States, design
teams spent a day and a half explor-
ing ways to come up with solutions
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