The Chronicle of Higher Education published an in-depth article about our program’s Teaching and Learning Studio faculty workshop.
What does it look like to learn and apply design thinking in higher education? This was the focus of a Chronicle of Higher Education article about our program’s Teaching and Learning Studio faculty workshop. The feature article, “Can Design Thinking Redesign Higher Ed?” was written by reporter Lee Gardner, who attended the workshop in July 2017, alongside 50 faculty and administrators from around the world.
The Teaching and Learning Studio workshop helps higher education faculty use design thinking to create student-centric and active learning experiences. It also helps administrators reimagine other aspects of higher ed institutions beyond the classroom and adopt a student-centric approach. This four-day, in-person training is held three times each year at Stanford University’s d.school.
Read the article here.
Learn more about the Teaching and Learning Studio, and how to apply, at http://universityinnovationfellows.org/teachingandlearningstudio/