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This workshop facilitated by the iZone Team aims to familiarized people with Design Thinking methods and how to use them. This method also includes idea generation (ideation), as well as tips on how to lead a successful brainstorming session for yourself or for a group.
A collaborative workshop series hosted by Warner School of Education aimed at developing research questions, new practices, and product development for educational purposes in an open and communicative environment. Anyone is welcome and your level of participation can range from observing and listening to presenting your own work-in-progress.
This is a comprehensive guide from Stanford d.school on how to get from “I would like to explore this problem more” to “I have explored this problem, generated ideas, and was able to identify the solution that I would like to work on advancing."
This guide is an elaborate collection of tools, practices and activities that can be used in various combinations depending on your team’s needs and interests. Basically, this guide is a toolkit for exploring idea generation, prototyping and testing.