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Project-based Learning at High Tech High | A 21st Century Education Film Series
"In this film, Larry Rosenstock, describes a vision for educaiton that blends the head, the heart, and the hands. High Tech High embraces learning that flows from personal interests, passion for discovery and a celebration of art, technology and craftsmanship."
education  learning  larryrosenstock  hightechhigh  projectbasedlearning  tcsnmy  toshare  topost  via:cervus  schooldesign  architecture  design  designthinking  designbasedlearning  classideas  presentationsoflearning  art  stem  respect  problemsolving  publicschools  us  charter  craft  make  making  pbl 
july 2010 by robertogreco
Educators Approach Curriculum Development as Product Design | Edutopia
"Designers see world differently than the rest of us...constantly deconstructing & rebuilding objects & ideas that most of us accept as static & fixed...Everything is negotiable, malleable, & improvable...By applying the techniques of product design to education, they want to loosen the narrow, rigid process of traditional learning and show teachers how to tap into students' deep wells of creativity, encourage them to see nuanced problems from inside the very core of an issue, and make critical thinking essential to solving any problem.
design  designbasedlearning  designthinking  education  tcsnmy  learning  teaching  schools  curriculum  problemsolving  criticalthinking  lcproject  deschooling  unschooling  glvo  k12lab  stanford 
january 2010 by robertogreco news: Rich Crandall extends his term at the as Director of K-12
" He's been continuing the work of developing K-12 design thinking curriculum and has been spinning up teaching teams with the Nueva School, East Palo Alto Academy, the Henry Ford Learning Institute, and more.
richcrandall  stanford  education  nuevaschool  schools  learning  teaching  curriculum  design  designbasedlearning  lcproject  tcsnmy 
november 2008 by robertogreco
P&G Changes Its Game: How Procter & Gamble is using design thinking to crack difficult business problems
""Business schools tend to focus on inductive ... & deductive thinking ... Design schools emphasize abductive thinking—imagining what could be possible. This ... approach helps us challenge assumed constraints & add to ideas, versus discouraging them""
via:preoccupations  business  creativity  innovation  thinking  problemsolving  designbasedlearning  classideas  organizations  leadership  management  administration  gamechanging 
july 2008 by robertogreco
Inter*Action: Rediscovering Creativity by Building It
"What we’re interested in is, how is creativity killed?...“In kindergarten all kids love to draw; by 4th grade only a few do, by the time they get to Stanford everyone thinks they can’t draw. How does that happen?”"
schools  schooldesign  lcproject  design  designbasedlearning  classrooms  prototyping  children  creativity  imagination  designthinking  thinking  classroom 
february 2008 by robertogreco

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