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Date and time:
May 27, 2019 10:00AM - May 31, 2019 6:00PM
Venue: Green Room, Naoroji Campus, TISS
Design thinking is a creative approach to problem-solving, through collaboration and iterative thinking around design. Users’ context and affordances of technology are integrated, taking into consideration systemic constraints to create meaningful, implementable and contextual solutions.
This five-day workshop aims to equip and train participants in the creative process of designing technology-based solutions for a pertinent educational problem. Participants will be encouraged to identify and work with a teaching-learning issue emerging from their context. Through hands-on design experiences, participants will create a prototype for their tools/materials, test it and move towards another iteration of the same.
Who can apply:
Teachers, teacher educators, curriculum designers and EdTech developers working in Indian educational contexts are encouraged to apply in groups. Each group must have a minimum of 2 and maximum of 3 members interested in working on a common problem.
Government organizations, university departments, non-governmental organizations and/or other educational institutions are encouraged to nominate interested candidates.
Multiple applications from an organization will be accepted.
Individual applications will not be accepted.
The workshop will limit participation to a total of 20 – 25 participants.
Call for Applications :
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