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DESIGN TEACHING MADE EASY - How to Deliver the Senior Design Curriculum

Senior Design Teachers, are you...

• Ready to teach the new Senior Design Curriculum next year?
• Apprehensive about leading the design thinking process?
• Want simple, practical ways to teach this curriculum?
• Want to know HOW-TO deliver it successfully and SMASH-IT-OUT-OF-THE-PARK?
• Want to learn HOW-TO confidently plan design units for your students?


This ‘Design’shop has been created so you can speed up your learning process, have fun doing it, build confidence to deliver this innovative curriculum and make the planning of the design units simple!

We show you HOW-TO-TEACH this curriculum by you actually doing it yourself.

Seven Simple Principles - Steve Jobs

Apple co-founder Steve Jobs will be remembered as one of a handful of history’s most elite innovators. He was the classic American entrepreneur — starting his company in the spare bedroom of his parents’ house and pioneering the development of the first personal computer for everyday use. This was a man who was fired from the company he had started, but returned 12 years later to save it from near bankruptcy. Not only that, but in the next 10 years Jobs used Apple to reinvent four different industries — computing, music, telecommunications and entertainment. (Let’s not forget he was the CEO of a little company called Pixar.)

Everyone wants to learn more about what made Steve Jobs tick, yet very few journalists have identified the core  principles that drove Jobs and his success. In his book The Innovation Secrets of Steve Jobs (McGraw-Hill, 2010) Carmine Gallo reveals the 7 principles that were largely responsible for his breakthrough success — principles that guided Jobs throughout his career. 

Collective Action Toolkit

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Another great resource for any Design Thinking strategist or practitioner. 

This toolkit was created to help community leaders bring together groups to solve shared problems and act on them. 

D School

We came across this link to one of our favourite Design Thinking organisation. 

D.School at Stanford University institute of Design has put out a 3 part series of putting Design Thinking to Work

D.School Bootcamp

Written by Institute of Design at Stanford University this is a working document that captures some of the teaching of “design thinking”

This 36 page document covers each mode of a human-centred design, and describes a number of methods which supports your design thinking processes.

3 Paths to Open Innovation - Booz&Co

We sourced this great 4 page article in regards to open innovation which supports our Human-Centred Design principle and especially using ‘outside in’ thinking. 

This article presents insights on the need to

  • Directly engage with current and potential customer to better capture their needs
  • Use an incremental change strategy when using technology
  • Consider using a ‘fast follower’ strategy of proven concept to reduce strategy risk

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DESIGN TEACHING MADE EASY - How to Deliver the Senior Design Curriculum
23/07/2018 9:09 AM | [toughproblem] Web Master
Seven Simple Principles - Steve Jobs
26/10/2014 7:10 PM | Tough Problem WebMaster
Development Strategy by Design
15/09/2014 2:38 PM | Tough Problem WebMaster
Collective Action Toolkit
26/11/2012 7:54 PM | Tough Problem WebMaster
Corporate Anthropology - The Journal of Business & Design
26/07/2012 6:32 PM | Tough Problem WebMaster
Design Thinking for Social Innovation - Tim Brown and Jocelyn Wyatt
20/05/2012 6:18 PM | Tough Problem WebMaster
D School
26/01/2012 5:15 PM | Tough Problem WebMaster
D.School Bootcamp
15/11/2011 5:03 PM | Tough Problem WebMaster
3 Paths to Open Innovation - Booz&Co
5/06/2011 12:25 PM | Tough Problem WebMaster

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