208 – Designing Collaboration: Using Design Thinking for Student and Community Engagement

    Presenters: Celeste Davis (Health Studies) & Jeremiah Patterson (School of Communication)

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    Time: 11:35 AM – 12:25 PM

    Session Description

    Students require both critical-thinking and strategic problem-solving skills to fully participate in community-based learning. Human-centered design techniques serve as a great tool to build bridges between classrooms and communities. This interactive session discusses how design thinking can apply to community-based learning and will model activities to use both inside and outside of the classroom — and Zoom too.  

    Learning Outcomes

    • Apply design thinking strategies to critical thinking and problem-solving approaches.
    • Practice using human-centered facilitation activities as tools to strengthen collaboration between students and community partners.

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