Below are some of my initial thoughts of what the core capacities of a design Thinker are before I will apply this to the designing of learning spaces. Design thinking is a process that allows for novel solutions to wicked problems, that is, problems that don’t have definite solutions. In fact the design thinking process […]Read more "Guest Post via @bradmurphy132: Design Thinking and Learning spaces: Theory, Pedagogy, and Practice"
“The goal of our transformation process is to prepare students for jobs that don’t yet exist, using technologies that have not yet been invented, in order to solve problems that have not yet arisen” Lisa Marie Blaschke quoted by (Harrison, A. and Hutton, L. 2014, p31) The learning space and problem. My Learning Space is […]Read more "Guest Post via @bradmurphy73: Changing a Learning Space"