Joseph Broughton, Dan Ryder, Jenn Chan, and Amanda Kruysman return from their summer breaks to discuss building a DTK12chat community & being dt.BEACONS for fellow DTK12chat peeps. The crew dives deep into the chat reflecting on how transformative the #dtk12chat PLN has been for their continued learning.
Dan Ryder, Joseph Broughton, and Amanda Kruysman talk to Matt Murrie from the What If…? Conference (@TheWhatIfLLC) about “Edupreneurship” and amplifying student and teacher voices through action in the community. Matt also talks about the importance of “What If…?” questions as touchstones in the design thinking process and magnets to collaboration.
Trey Boden and Dan Ryder discuss various aspects of collaboration in design thinking with Jenn Chan, founder of Exhibit Change. The team also discusses the role of the expert and expertise in the design thinking process. Oh…and Jenn goes “Max-Headroom” on us.
Lisa Adel-Palmieri discusses how to build a community, both inside and outside the school, that utlizes design thinking to encourage positive change and an atmosphere that is collaborative.
Dan Ryder, Joseph Broughton, and Amanda Kruysman discuss the night’s #dtk12chat about process versus product in design thinking. Also Amanda’s alternate persona Coach Kizzle makes an appearance.
#DTK12chat is LIVE from SXSWedu discussing design thinking and the various sessions at SXSWedu.
This panel of DTK12chat moderators offers teachers, education professionals, and industry leaders a glimpse into the culture of schools and organizations that are implementing Design Thinking into their culture. The roads they have journeyed are adorned with moments of clarity and success, while also navigating the bumps and turns of failup experiences.
Chat moderator Trey Boden and the rest of the team interview Kirtley Fisher and Lindsey Messervy, Experience Designers at the Business Innovation Factory and part of the @TD4Ed team. Kirtley and Lindsey discuss a project their leading Teachers Design for Education (@TD4ED), a six-week design thinking experience with teachers held in three different cities.
“Elementary,” said he. How might we use design thinking to tap into the unique abilities of elementary students?
Show regulars discuss the unique qualities elementary students, especially younger students, bring to design thinking.