San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This will be a 2 day training on the design thinking process and working for social impact. Over the course of two days, participants will get the opportunity to learn design thinking, practice the process and to work with others on how they are bringing it back to their work places.
Participants can expect a hands-on experience for building an understanding of design thinking, learning to work together to build new ideas and get the opportunity to navigate some of the uncertainty of working with complex challenges.
Together, participants will:
- explore a wicked problem
- be able to tackle deepening of empathy
- defining the questions we ask
- creating valuable solutions
- testing out assumptions in an iterative process
Who should come to Design Thinking for Impact?
Individuals working to make a difference. Participants coming from a diversity of backgrounds will learn how unusual collaborations can lead to innovative solutions. This workshop is for participants eager to gain knowledge about design thinking and how it can be applied to their work. Learn the methodologies, mindset and process of iteration, prototyping, empathy and problem-framing.
August 22 - 23 9am - 5pm
Centre for Social Innovation
720 Bathurst Street
Meeting Room #1 (2nd Floor)
Exhibit Change has recently been doing design thinking workshops at Glen Shields Public School, read more here "How might we bring design thinking to Glen Shields Public School?"
When & Where
Exhibit Change is a design-driven community engagement consultancy and think tank. Exhibit Change inspires and continues to work on bridging the connection between community and schools. Exhibit Change has been working hand in hand with non-profits, social enterprises and schools to tackle wicked problems since its founding in 2009.
Design Thinking for Educators is one of many workshops Exhibit Change offers to bring creative problem solving techniques to innovators and educators alike.