As an educational approach, design thinking has emerged as a way to instill creativity, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills in learners. It is an innovative approach that involves understanding user needs, challenging assumptions, redefining problems, and creating innovative solutions.
Find design thinking resources, videos, activities, and more for education in our latest blog post on InnovationTraining.org.
In this innovation and design thinking-focused post, we'll cover resources and tips for educators implementing these concepts to schools.
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