What is it?
It is a structured approach that helps you to solve problems by encoraging creativity.
How does it work?
The users of this thinking have to learn their way into a solution by observing, listening, trying to understand and creating brain storming.
You must create a prototype of one or more solutions to be tested
Who is doing it?
It started at Stanford
with students of all areas
It is being used by more schools and educative institutions. It is also being used in companies
Because it challenges people to develop high order thinking skills. And it gives them the opportunity to succeed in real problems solving.
Why is it significant?
What are the downsides?
If students do not get engage they could feel stress with the process. Students also could be focus in only one step of the process and have less time for the rest.
It is now part of the curriculum as part of the evaluations tools. It is used to design projects.
Where is going?
What are the implications for teaching and learning?
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Students are challenged to embrace rapid prototyping, present multiple ideas and test each one.
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Joselin García UMG