Students Embrace Systems and Human-Centered Design Thinking
Examples of teachers using systems and human-centered design thinking in the classroom
August 06, 2021
Teachers across the globe are the superheroes of our time: molding young minds, sparking curiosity, and inspiring students to redraw the boundary lines of their imagination. While traditional curriculums have sufficed in educating students in a broad scope of subjects, many educators are now nodding in agreement that there might be more practical approaches for untangling today’s global issues.
1. Identifying the Challenge
2. Getting Out of the Building
3. Translating Feedback into Action
Balancing it All
Emily is a Content Creator at Acumen Academy, where she works alongside social entrepreneurs tackling the toughest issues of inequality, to bring their stories to the forefront and share their solutions with other individuals aspiring to affect social change. You can find Emily building content with her colleagues, bouldering with friends, or buried in a book in one of London’s oldest bookstores.