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Ideas to Solutions with Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

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Language Arts And English +12 Age Levels Preschool (0 to 4 years old), Primary (5 to 8 years old), Elementary (9 to 12 years old), Middle School (13 to 15 years old), High School (16 to 18 years old), Post-Secondary, Adults

How do you help students test their ideas in your classroom? A critical step in the design process, prototyping and testing ideas helps problem-solvers learn from failures, experiment with materials, and visualize their solutions. Educators will dive into a case study from Michael Graves Architecture and Design and explore various techniques to experiment with ideas in the classroom with resources from professional designers and Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum.

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Ideas to Solutions

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The Design Process

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Define

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Prime TC Design Brief

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Draw a Wheelchair

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Wheelchairs: Then & Now

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Benchmarking

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Expand the Knowledge Base

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Empathize

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Ethnography: Escorts

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Ethnography: Hospital Visits

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Ethnography: Hospitals

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Mapping: Escorts

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Mapping: Accessories

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Stakeholders: Identifying Needs

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The Big Issues

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Brainstorm

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Explore: Sketching

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Prototype

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Explore: Models

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Explore: Engineering

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Test

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Consumer Preference Testing: Round 1

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Consumer Preference Testing: Round 2

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Consumer Preference Testing: Round 3

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Launch

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Final Design: Prime TC

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Final Design: Prime TC

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Prime TC Transport

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Racing wheelchair

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Bedazzled

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Why Use Ground Rules in Design Thinking?

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Let's Brainstorm

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Chair Design Challenge

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What is Brainstorming?

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Divergent vs. Convergent Thinking

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Elements of Design Thinking

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Let's Prototype

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What Can You Do with Design Thinking?

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Sample Teacher Work

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Adaptive Design Association

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