WHY DESIGN THINKING GUIDE?

We are currently educating children for jobs that don’t exist…
With technology that has not been invented…
In order to solve problems that we don’t even know are problems yet!

The Design Thinking Guide for schools offers a DEEP DIVE in the simple 4 step framework of Feel-Imagine-Do-Share and helps the teachers to change the learning experience in the classroom. 

If we PREPARE the children today,

The world will no longer need to be REPAIRED tomorrow. 

OUR FRAMEWORK

Design For Change empowers student leadership by unleashing their 
‘I CAN’ Superpower using the FIDS framework

  • Feel

  • Imagine

  • Do

  • Share

WHAT DOES DESIGN THINKING GUIDE OFFER?

The Design Thinking Guide for schools is a 30-hour curriculum which empowers the middle school students to believe that they can make a difference to their environment and also provides a structured method to build 21st-century skills of empathycollaboration and problem-solving. The assessment provided along with the guide helps students to identify their own strengths through the process of FIDS. 

  • ASSESSMENT

    Each child has his/her own unique strength which gets uncovered by understanding their own self better. Keeping this in mind, the assessment provided at the end of each session will help children to channelize their energy and help them believe that they are not helpless, change is possible and they can drive it.

    It provides an opportunity for children to assess and know the level of the skills that are developed through the process of FIDS.

  • 21ST CENTURY SKILLS

    Students will face problems that don’t even exist right now. We, as educators, need to equip them with skill sets that will help them to solve the real-life problems. The more we focus on students’ ability to devise effective solutions to real-world problems, the more successful those students will become.

    Each session of the Design Thinking Guide provides children with opportunities to be creative, critical, collaborative and empathetic, thus developing 21st-century skills.

DESIGN THINKING GUIDE

  • STUDENT GUIDE

    Design Thinking Guide is the most simplified way of putting Design Thinking into the Curriculum. It is designed in a workbook model for each student to have ample opportunities to develop the design thinking mindset. The guide is self-explanatory and user-friendly

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  • TEACHER GUIDE

    Design Thinking Guide comes with 30 Lesson Plans and an Assessment after every section in the guide. The lesson plans help teachers to drive the session in their classrooms and the assessment helps to assess the growth of the child through the process of Design Thinking

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RESEARCH

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    HARVARD RESEARCH

    The Good Project Team conducted a pre and a post-test to measure the changes in the students. Design Thinking Guide increases students’ individual and group empathetic abilities.

    Every sub-skill under empathy showed a statistically significant shift:

    1. Choosing problems that affect others

    2. Describing multiple viewpoints

    3. Keeping the stakeholder in the center of designed solutions

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TESTIMONIAL

Here's what our Eduheroes and Superheroes have to say about the Design Thinking Guide.