Morning Routine + Jorge
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5:30 PM10 minIntroductionInnovation = positive change in difficult contexts

Pedagogical framework
DIG
Stanford's d.school
SparkTruck
Design thinking vs. making
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5:40 PM85 minMorning Routine
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4IntroLearn best by doing
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5Journey MapReflect on own experience
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2Intro Interview 1Ask open-ended questions

Learn about your partner's experience in the morning
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4Interview 1
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2Intro Interview 2: Dig DeeperFeelings and emotions

Specific stories

Ask why
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3Dig Deeper
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2Capture Findings IntroTwo groups: Partner's goals + wishes; your insights
Insights are discoveries you infer from what you heard your partner say
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3Capture Findings
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2Intro POVTaking a stand by stating the meaningful challenge you are going to take on for your partner...

This is the statement you are going to address with your design, so it should be juicy and actionable

A problem worth solving
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3POV
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2Intro IdeateYou are now creating ideas to address your POV

Go for volume, be visual

This is time for idea generation not evaluation
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5Ideate
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2Intro feedbackThis is not just about testing your ideas, it is another opportunity to learn about your partner

Don't defend. Let your partner fumble, misinterpret and ask questions
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5Feedback 1
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2Intro IterateTake a moment to consider what you learned both about your partner and the solutions you generated.

From these new insights, sketch a new idea
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3Iterate
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2Intro Build Make something that your partner can engage with.

Creating something tangible helps you move your concept forward and it also provides an excellent opportunity to engage with the user about what works and what doesn't
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7Build
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2Intro TestFeedback is a gift

Your prototype is not precious but what you learn from your user is
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4Test 1
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2Intro Reflect on WorkThis process doesn't end here; you can keep iterating
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5Reflect on Work
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7:05 PM15 minDebriefCan someone brag on their designer?

How was this experience for you?

What was the most challenging part?

How was it to test unfinished work?

How was it to get feedback?

What was it like to start the process of problem-solving with empathy work?
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7:20:00 AM15 minPedagogical ConnectionsJorge the Janitor Poem
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7:35 PM10 minOverall DebriefI like, I wish, I wonder

How do you see this framework connecting to project-based learning?

How might you use this framework in your classroom?
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