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Melissa Pelochino [email protected]. “Like the scientific method, creative thinking uses well-defined tools, demystifies the pathway for invention, and provides a valuable framework for creating something new.” -Tina Seelig inGenius : A Crashcourse in Creativity . - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Melissa [email protected]

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“Like the scientific method, creative thinking uses well-defined tools, demystifies the pathway for invention, and provides a valuable framework for creating something new.”

-Tina SeeliginGenius: A Crashcourse in Creativity

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Design Thinking Process

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Let’s Plan a Party!LET’S PLAN A PARTY

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YES, BUT…

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YES, AND….

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Do not judge ideas

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Encourage wild ideas

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Build on the ideas of others

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Be concise

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Capture all ideas

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Go for quantity

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Stephanie needs a way to feel supported through her college experience because she wants to change what is possible for herself and her family.

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Why Prototype?Make ideas tangible Solicit meaningful feedback from usersLearn quickly with low cost/investmentTry many ideas quicklyReduce emotional attachment

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Anything can be a prototype

• Product• Service• Space• Process• System

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Favorite Ideas

Create prototypes of your 2 most favorite ideas

drawlistmaprole playset up space

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Test

Find a partner, not in your group and share your prototype.

Provide feedback:– 1 Glow– 1 Grow

Switch

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21st Century Skills

• Evaluation• Communication • Problem solving • Creativity • Collaboration • Pattern recognition • Courage/Gumption • Adaptability• Leadership

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