How can design thinking processes be applied to education? In this episode, Jerri and Jamie sit down with Jessica Artiles, Founder and Chief Design Officer of Darte Design, to discuss how design thinking can help K–12 educators solve problems.
From wicked problems to solution-focused thinking, design thinking is a process for creative problem solving with empathy and end-users at the heart of its human-centered core. Learn how design thinking can apply to all age levels, what its integration in K–12 education could look like, how it prepares future leaders, and—most importantly—that it’s for everyone!
ABOUT OUR GUEST
Jessica Artiles is the Founder and Chief Design Officer of Darte Design, where she coaches and co-creates with businesses and change-makers on how to use design-based approaches to increase the impact of their ideas. Jessica believes everyone is born thinking like a designer—she just helps you shake off the dust and stretch back into it. Follow Jessica on LinkedIn.
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