HOW UNIVERSITIES ARE EMBRACING DESIGN THINKING  TO DEVELOP BEST PRACTICES FOR STUDENT - CENTERED LEARNING

Universities are embracing design thinking, a problem-solving technique that encourages faculty, administration and other staff to step away from tradition and the status quo and to focus on the needs of their end-users: the students.  Rather than attempt to implement best practices that worked well for other people in a different environment, colleges and universities undertaking new initiatives and piloting new programs are discovering that design thinking helps them organically develop their own best practices. 

In this brief, learn about:

  • How George Mason University used Design Thinking to create, from scratch, a system to capture and certify informal learning.
  • How Education Design Lab is using Design Thinking to prototype badge systems for various institutions
  • How the veterinary medicine school at Michigan State University is using Design Thinking to redesign its entire program.

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