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A Design Thinking Workshop on new strategies to engage students in Higher Education

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"A Design Thinking Workshop on new strategies to engage students in Higher Education"
Coimbra Group - Granada, March 2019
Education Innovation Working Group Seminar on Students Engagement

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A Design Thinking Workshop on new strategies to engage students in Higher Education

  1. 1. ESTEBAN ROMERO-FRÍAS JAVIER CANTÓN SANDRA HARO @MEDIALABUGR || MEDIALAB@UGR.ES A DESIGN THINKING WORKSHOP ON NEW STRATEGIES TO ENGAGE STUDENTS IN HIGHER EDUCATION
  2. 2. Complexity Technological innovations Speed Change in the needs and expectations of students
  3. 3. How to approach complexity? Fotografía: Complexity of Railways in Paris, por Armando G. Alonso, licencia CC by-nc-sa, https://flic.kr/p/9781gW
  4. 4. Our goal is to design the future, from passion, creativity and knowledge, in open organizations that constantly learn.
  5. 5. What is Design Thinking?
  6. 6. • Design focused on people: value of empathy. • Oriented to action. • Experimentation and prototyping: it is an integral part of the innovation process. It is prototyped to learn and think. • Show it, do not say it: generate experiences, tell stories, be visual. • The power of iteration: cycle after cycle we arrive at a better solution. Design Thinking
  7. 7. Design Thinking in Higher Education?
  8. 8. Institutional, pedagogical and technological new strategies to engage students at XXI century universities. Our Workshop
  9. 9. 1) Presentation of Design Thinking methodology
  10. 10. Workshop soundtrack https://open.spotify.com/user/javicanton/playlist/2eHmIGFOe5FgomtxiawgHR?si=URxncy0LQFSYmcGuMJEs0A
  11. 11. You will find 3 posters corresponding to each of the three topics of the workshop: • An institutional strategy to students engagement. • A pedagogical strategy to students engagement. • A technological strategy to students engagement.
 Take a post-it (yellow for technical staff and green for researchers) and write down the following information: • First name and last name. • University. • Position you hold / Area of knowledge. • 3-5 Keywords to express the interest to participate in the group you like. Each participant will place his/her post-it in the group to meet other colleagues with the same interest. 2. Team building (10 min.)
  12. 12. Please, share your concerns and experiences in relation to institutional / pedagogical / technological strategies to engage students. 3) Share experiences and challenges (25 min.)
  13. 13. 4) Define your challenge (15 min.)
  14. 14. Define your challenge • SYNTHESISE THE CHALLENGE YOU WANT TO SOLVE IN A SINGLE SENTENCE • BE AS ACCURATE AS YOU CAN
  15. 15. 5) Generate ideas (20 min.) Brainstorming to generate ideas for your challenge. Do not worry about feasibility at this time.
  16. 16. Brainstorming JUST SHARE IDEAS
  17. 17. 5) Design your proposal (40 min.) This is time to combine your the best ideas in order to design a feasible proposal. To do this you have the following tools: 1) SWOT analysis in order to better understand the context in which you are innovating.
  18. 18. Build on STRENGTHS Avoid THREATSResolve WEAKNESSES Exploit OPPORTUNITIES INTERNAL EXTERNAL SWOT Analysis S O TW
  19. 19. 5) Design your proposal (40 min.) 2) Stakeholders map: identify who are the main persons and institutions that you should involved in the project to generate a successful result.
  20. 20. Core Direct Indirect Core: participants in the project. Direct: stakeholders within the academic institution that you should involve in the project. Indirect: stakeholders outside the academic institution that you should involve in the project. Stakeholders map WHO SHOULD BE INVOLVED?
  21. 21. 5) Design your proposal (40 min.) 3) Prototype: Sketch your prototype or create a journey map to show the process that you have imagined.
  22. 22. Sketch your idea VISUALISE YOUR PROPOSAL
  23. 23. Journey map SHOW US THE NEW PROCESS
  24. 24. 6) Share your process and results (60 min.) Each group will present, in 5 minutes, the results and the innovation process to the rest of the workshop participants. Then we’ll have a general discussion about the process and the results.

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