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Learn Design Thinking

Through Participating in an Authentic Challenge with Community Partners

Design Thinking is a human-centered approach to innovation and problem solving that has deep roots in traditional design fields such as architecture and product manufacturing. Design Thinking can be employed to address any number of education issues—integration of curriculum, learning spaces, professional development, and parent communication—virtually any issue that involves a human need.

During this time, teachers will experience the Design Thinking process and learn how to use it to create authentic project-based learning experiences for their students.



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When Friday, April 28, 2017
8:30am - 3:30pm
Location Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce (50 Old Courthouse Square #110 Santa Rosa, CA 95404, Santa Rosa, CA)
Presenter Chuck Wade and Jessica Progulske
Cost $75.00
This event is funded through the NCCPA Sonoma County Career Pathways Grant. Participants in pathways that are part of the NCCPA grant in Sonoma County should use the registration code NCCPADT to waive the cost.
Audience Educators serving students in grades 6-12; Community members; Industry partners
Registration Sarah Wilmarth, 707-524-8407, swilmarth@scoe.org
Questions Chuck Wade, (707) 524-8404, cwade@scoe.org Jessica Progulske

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