Design Thinking Process: Leading Change
25 & 26 October 2022
Facilitated by: Jim Ellis
Timings: 09:00-11:00 & 12:00-14:00 (London time) on both days
Educators are designers who are daily designing learning programmes, creating schedules, and making the lessons that shape a student’s experience. Furthermore, driving much of the change in international schools today are its middle leaders. Exploring the process and skills of Design Thinking will maximise middle leader impact and improve their efficiency.
During this course, participants will develop knowledge, tools and skills from Design Thinking that are geared specifically for middle leader success as they face difficult, sticky problems in their own context.
Design of the Course
Progressive activities that develop real solutions for real problems in your classroom or in your school. Short learning modules that teach the design process, how to use it to lead change and related concepts from behavioural economics.
· What is Design Thinking as a change development process?
· What does thinking like a designer do to support quality leadership and positive change?
· What design terms and concepts support leadership in program development?
· What viewpoints and perspectives can be nurtured in a community to support change?