Design Thinking Sparks Learning in Rural N. Carolina

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StudioH There’s so much fraught discussion over education reform, but at times, it all seems to become circular, undefinable, inconclusive. Ente

Kelly Christopherson‘s insight:

This is worth reading about. Design Thinking is a different way to examine tackling the problems that are around us – from the smallest to the most complex, it provides the framework to allow for innovation to take place, for people to explore and make connections in new ways. It has the possiblility to help us look at education in a new way, to be the transformational framework that will allow educators, parents, students and community to look at making change in innovative ways. 

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