Tuesday, November 14
Noon-1:30 pm (Arrive earlier to eat)

In their efforts to introduce Design Thinking into education, ZIP Idea Lab has developed a program that prepares teachers and administrators to begin building a common language and understanding of the process. This workshop, led by the Director of ZIP Idea Lab, introduces a proven process to actively engage participants in the doing of Design Thinking. Within the first 90 minutes, every educator creates a prototype solving for the problem statement, “How might we introduce Design Thinking into our classroom?” Idea Lab is also available to work with faculty post-workshop to further design how Design Thinking can be applied to projects and assignments throughout the syllabus.

This workshop is part of the Teach The Teachers™ Program, a unique program developed by Idea Lab that uses workshop, discussion and mentoring techniques to help increase understanding and adoption rates of Design Thinking by all educators within an institution. Learn more here:

Attendees will…

  • Better understand Design Thinking
  • Build a model to apply in their classroom
  • Meet a support team that can help them succeed

Registration is required. This event is part of a series New Frontiers in Higher Education.

* Graduate students are welcome to attend all CTL events, space permitting. If an event fills up, GTAs will be moved to the waitlist in the order in which they registered.