I was recently invited to the d.School (bucket list…check) with some amazing educators and friends and we were tasked with creating a “hack”— a quick fix for helping teachers learn and change their practice. As we went through the Design Thinking phases of empathizing, defining, ideating, and prototyping we generated a variety of different ideas. Our prototype was a… Read More Content Does Not Change Behavior
I’ll never forget listening to a room full of high school teachers after interviewing their students. They were genuinely surprised and saddened as many came to a blatant realization: A significant percentage of their students are disconnected from their own academic experience and the reality of their not so distant futures. Many of these teachers had… Read More Are You Trying To Solve the Wrong Problem?