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Why Teach Design?

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Robin Vande Zande

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Art and Design Education.......
Design
Object Design
Environmental Design
Communication Design
Experiential Design
Once given a problem, a designer
answers the questions:

WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN,
WHY, and HOW

Then they do
RESEARCH
... characteristics of the audience, other objects that exist that are similar in purpose, etc.

Students should be taught how
to use .....

Design Process Worksheet

Define the Design Problem:
Who will use the design?
What is the purpose for the design?
When will the design be used?
Where will the design be used?
Why is this design needed?

Investigate:
What do you need to research? Look at your list above

How will you do the investigation?
(Interview; investigate; use resources: Internet, articles, and books; observe, and/or role-play)

Develop Ideas:
Through Brainstorming, mindmapping, rough sketching, and/or rapid prototyping,
create a minimum of 5 possible idea

Mock ups:
Make a model of your best idea

Present:
Through showing and demonstrating, explain the details of your model and your choices.
How are you going to do the presentation?
Make a presentation board or powerpoint
Write the important points of your talk

Evaluate and Revise:
Use input from your audience and personal reflections to determine effectiveness and changes that are needed
What revisions do you need to make?
or this....
columns


For the students :
informed of community issues
possible solution to a community problem

For the community :
gain more active citizens and possible contributors
Or this....
Universal Design

is an approach to the development of products and environments that can be used effectively by all people, to the greatest extent possible, without the need for adaptation or specialized design
Some examples of
community-based
design lessons from schools in the NE Ohio area...

brainstorming
However, there are skill sets, concepts, and an historic foundation that may be taught...................................
Art
and
Design

Education

*
To enhance life
*
For social
responsibility
*
To strengthen
the economy

empathy
visual thinking
story and storytelling
multifunctional teaming
Design Thinking


is a human-centered approach that enriches life . Thinking beyond making objects to involving participants in coming up with solutions.
Object Design
Environmental Design
Communication Design
Interactive Design
Aesthetics as it fits form
Issues-Based and
Community-Based Activities
Universal design
IDEO Shopping Cart
What about this?
But isn't this faucet more life enhancing?
Fresno- Sequoia Trees
stuttgart
Malaysia
AIRPORTS
Drinking Fountain in Charlotte, NC
Madrid
more airport columns
What about having students think creatively? What is lifeworthy to learn and teach about?
Where does the public see most of the visual arts ?

painting
sculpture
drawing
ceramics
printmaking
jewelry making
photography
The Creative Economy
The Economy
Enhancement of Life
Social Responsibility
Design Thinking
http://designthinkingforeducators.com/
Art Education
Arrange our environment
The Froebelian method promoted design thinking in many 20th century designers.



In this century design thinking connects to 21st century skills:


design-ed.org

Robin Vande Zande
rvandeza@kent.edu
digarted.weebly.com
What we need from you
The Froebelian connection to design education
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