Teaching and Learning Studio
At the d.school, we take learning to the next level. Here, educators from across disciplines experiment with new ways of engaging students using design thinking. Active learning; project-based learning; experiential learning. What do these buzzwords really mean? How do you actually apply these strategies in ways that help students develop 21st century skills and mindsets?
The Teaching and Learning Studio workshop helps higher education teachers and administrators use design thinking to create student-centric learning experiences, inside and outside of the classroom.
This in-person training is hosted at Stanford University’s d.school. In this workshop, you will learn (by doing) creative practices for designing and facilitating learning experiences, debriefing, and using physical space as a teaching tool. The workshop is limited to 44 higher education faculty and administrators. You will be able to immediately apply these learnings to your practice, whether you teach students directly, or serve students and/or faculty in other roles.
Learn more about our workshop, and what it’s like to apply design thinking in higher education, in this September 2017 Chronicle of Higher Education feature article.
- January 11-15, 2019 (at capacity)
- June 10-14, 2019
- July 15-19, 2019
Note: The workshop begins in the afternoon of day one. Days two through four run 9am-5pm. Day five ends at 4pm.
Higher education faculty: Tenure-track, non-tenure track and adjunct/clinical faculty are welcome, as well as administrators who serve students and/or faculty. Educators from both 4-year and 2-year institutions are welcome. Faculty do not have to be sponsors of University Innovation Fellows, nor do they have to bring a Fellow. However, priority and a price discount will be given to campuses who have University Innovation Fellows.
Please use the button below to submit your application.
IMPORTANT: Acceptance decisions are made on a rolling basis and capacity is usually reached a few months before the workshop dates.
You will be notified within 1 to 2 weeks of your application.
Faculty and administrators from schools participating in the UIF program: $4,000 per person
Faculty and administrators from schools NOT participating in the UIF program: $5,000 per person
Group rate: secure three registrations for the same workshop and get the fourth registration free (25% discount)
- A unique immersive experience
- Custom instructional materials
- Lunches, snacks and caffeine
Travel and lodging are not included.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
What Makes This Experience Unique
Chronicle of Higher Education Article
What does it look like to learn and apply design thinking in higher education? Get an inside look in this Chronicle of Higher Education feature, published in September 2017.
Reporter Lee Gardner attended our program’s faculty workshop, the Teaching and Learning Studio, and wrote about his experience. Read the article here.