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week 5 – On design thinking

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The “Magic” Behind the Curtain: Understanding the Design Process of Hugh Dubberly

15 Inspiring Design Quotes [Infographic] | Designbeep

15 Inspiring Design Quotes [Infographic]

This info graphic is a complete guideline for the beginners who are about to start designing their graphic. It has all the directions needed to be kept in mind while creating your info graphic.

If you're looking for clean, modern, geometric design, you really can't go wrong with venn diagrams. We've rounded up a few pieces that might work well in the nursery or a kids' room.

Venn Diagrams as Nursery Art

The Pancake Venn Diagram connects the key ingredients for the breakfast delight while also displaying what other delicious foods the same ingredients make: pasta, omelets and batter. The Pancake Venn Diagram is sure to help you out next time you're s

Very true

Einstein& theory of comprehension: If you can& explain it simply, you don& understand it well enough - Albert Einstein

Design Process Kills Creativity / Design Process Creates Creativity - When analytic thought, the knife, is applied to experience, something is always killed in the process. That is fairly well understood, at least in the arts... Something is always killed. But what is less noticed in the arts—something is always created too.

Design Process Kills Creativity / Design Process Creates Creativity Posted by Daniel Stillman

Interesting Critical Thinking Posters for Your Class ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

This critical thinking poster from Critical Thinking Asylum would be a great reminder to put up in your classroom. by Kathy Nethken Daniels

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Tim Brown on Design Thinking - it's not about choosing from the best alternatives but to create choices. It all begins with asking the right question.

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Problem Solving Process WHEEL "The problem solving process is a logical sequence for solving problems and improving the quality of decisions. It is also a guide to identifying which tools and techniques to apply.

Scaffold Like an Ant- A simple scaffolding example

Scaffold Like an Ant- Planning for a social investigation in HSIE K-6

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