Students approach projects and personal inquiries with Design
Thinking already part of their toolkit without the need of being
reminded about the use of this specific process. It becomes
natural to them.
We already see some of this when students are participating in maker
activities. Students may spend a lot of time at empathy, listening,
understanding and asking questions without being told exactly what to
do and what the goals are. As we start moving in this direction over the
next year, Design Thinking is slowly finding its way to become part of the
culture and DNA of the school.
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