Inquiring Minds is a new course at KMS that is focused on the 21st century learning skills, social emotional learning and design thinking process. As a vehicle for practicing these skills, we have used the United Nations Global Goals as the content students are learning.
By Chelsea Leach (@leach_theteach) Typically, we think of failure as the worst thing in the world. It can be a sure sign that something wasn’t meant to be, or just wasn’t meant to be for you. However, when it comes to design thinking in the classroom, failure is an important learning opportunity, and dare I … Continue reading Design Thinking in the Classroom: The Truth About Failure (Part 2)
By Chelsea Leach (@leach_theteach) Thinking is an amazing thing. It gives us a chance to organize our experiences, to go back and reflect, or to be mindful. It is an undeniably powerful tool and a fundamental building block of learning. Thinking creates a pathway to knowledge, allowing us to seek solutions and solve problems. Though … Continue reading Design Thinking in the Classroom (Part 1)