Teaching and Learning in Classroom Based on Design Thinking
Keywords:Design Thinking Teaching Learning
To address complex problems, design thinking is highly valuable because it offer a mindset and collection of strategies to systematically gather, analyze, and utilize data to inform novel solutions. As a problem-solving framework, Design thinking can be applied in teaching and learning in classroom. It offers a diverse set of adaptable problem-solving and idea generation processes that can help students to learn how to learn and develop a more creative mindset, and foster interdisciplinary exploration.
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