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Intro to Design Thinking for Youth Development Practitioners

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Intro to Design Thinking for Youth Development Practitioners

  1. 1. Michele Martin, The Bamboo Project
  2. 2. Service Learning
  3. 3. Service Learning Standards • Youth Voice • Meaningful Service • Link to Curriculum • Reflection • Diversity • Partnerships • Progress Monitoring
  4. 4. Design Thinking. . . • Informs and reinforces service learning process and standards. • Teaches key workplace and emotional intelligence skills. • Reinforces the ActReflect cycle of learning. • Empowers young people!
  5. 5. How might we . . . Engage students in their own learning? Build resilience & healthy risk-taking?
  6. 6. Empathy
  7. 7. Stories & Sense-making
  8. 8. Critical Thinking
  9. 9. Relevance & Resilience
  10. 10. Prepare for this world How might we . . .
  11. 11. Imagine If . . .
  12. 12. https://vimeo.com/109058238
  13. 13. https://vimeo.com/13147138
  14. 14. Today • Intro to Design Thinking Process • Design Thinking Mindsets • “How might we . . .”
  15. 15. Improve the Morning Experience
  16. 16. Problem-Solving Approach
  17. 17. The Design Approach
  18. 18. Improve your Partner’s Experience
  19. 19. Interviews DO • Ask open-ended questions – “Tell me about. . .” – “Can you say more?” – “And then what happened?” • Probe for emotions and insights • LISTEN! Don’t • Ask “leading questions” – “Tell me about what’s wrong with your morning commute” • Make judgments – “That sounds terrible!”
  20. 20. Point-of-view Denise needs a way to wake up gently in the morning because she feels more invigorated and ready to greet the day when she isn’t jarred awake from sleep.
  21. 21. What happened?
  22. 22. “How might we. . .” • Divide into groups by mindset. • Brainstorm ideas for your “How might we” question. • Post 3-5 ideas you want to try, along with how you want to test and what you would look for.
  23. 23. Gallery Walk
  24. 24. I like. . . I wonder. . . I’d like to try. . .
  25. 25. Take it Home!
  26. 26. Find more at . . . http://www.michelemmartin.com/design_thinking_for_youth/

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