Universal Design for Learning: A Practical Guide
Mastering Design Thinking requires extensive practices. In our workshops, we adapted and simplified the Wallet Design Project from Stanford School of Design for you to practice the five stages of Design Thinking.
However, this activity works the best when you collaborate other participants and co-create solutions to improve your design.
If you are reading this guide by yourself, you may find a partner to work with you or contact Centre for Teaching, Learning and Innovation for consultation.