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Meghan Cureton

Design Thinking Needs To Think Bigger - 0 views

  • The challenge is to rise above the distraction of the details and widen your field of vision. Try to see the whole world at once and make sense of it.
T.J. Edwards

Meeting Students Where They Are At-Literally And Metaphorically | GOOD - 1 views

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    XQ Rise schools. rethinking High School
Bo Adams

Our Education System Needs More Architects - of School Redesign - Medium - 0 views

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Meghan Cureton

Why Isn't Science Class More Like Learning to Play Baseball? | MindShift | KQED News - 0 views

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    Must read
Bo Adams

Design thinking in the corporate DNA - Medium - 1 views

  • A common trap for us is to take something in its infancy and try to scale it big. Build it. Launch it. Move on. Well, it doesn’t work like that. Remember how long it took before you mastered design thinking? This isn’t something that you have people try once and then expect them to get it. It takes about six to 10 experiential, immersive, contextually relevant experiences before someone finally “gets” it and can make it their own. Eight years later, we’re still building this skill into our employees, one experience at a time.
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      Yep. I highlighted an entire paragraph. Why? Because this lesson is CRITICAL for schools and educational transformation within and among schools. We don't do enough "laps" with foundational things because people tend to say, "We've done that...I already do that..."
  • best advice I got from an SVP at the company was to stop wasting my time trying to find metrics to prove that Design for Delight was worth doing.
  • find the folks that are ready, willing, and happy to give it away.
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  • So, while you’re bringing design thinking capabilities into your company and empowering folks, don’t forget to use it on yourself, too.
  • The experience was so effective in helping the leaders understand how they get in the way that many went back to their teams to apologize and started removing barriers immediately. So, assume you can poke at those sacred cows.
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