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Udacity UIF course prototype

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Leticia Britos Cavagnaro

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Transcript of Udacity UIF course prototype

These young innovators are contributing to improve their schools while still students.

Whatever your age, culture or position, learn how they have applied design thinking to accelerate institutional change, through hands-on exercises you can do at your organization, workplace, community or school.
Nadia
(Start with love)
Val
(Break down silos)
incentives for the learner:
mentoring sessions with the teaching team
connecting with Fellows working on similar projects
trip to Silicon Valley (to a pre or post-meetup event)
digital badge (what does udacity give? can we charge people in referrals/people they bring on board or stories instead of money?)
Other ideas:
do a mindset intervention experiment
Module 2: Get your empathy on!
Inspiration: Story from Fellows
microengagement
(small task)
+ coded feedback (could be videos)
Project
Inspiration: Story from Fellows
Reflection and
Sharing
http://www.adweek.com/socialtimes/interactive-youtube-videos/20567
inspiration: story from Fellow
microengagement
(small task)
+ coded feedback (could be videos)
Project
inspiration: story from Fellow
Reflection and
Sharing
http://www.adweek.com/socialtimes/interactive-youtube-videos/20567
Engagement
Finding your passion
Finding the right problems to solve
microengagement
(small task)
+ coded feedback (could be videos)
5.
Project (3 - 5 hours)
Reflection and Sharing:

- what worked for you?
- What is the most influential thing you learned about yourself?
http://www.adweek.com/socialtimes/interactive-youtube-videos/20567
Module 1: You are the there there
Bre (DEN, LemonADE)
Robin (Fashion + Tech, know your audience)
Explore your mindset
Shape your environment
Act the part
innovation self-efficacy or creative agency assessment (the one I used for DTAL and my creativity class)
growth mindset
six hats
1.
Behaviors of
Innovative Entrepreneurs
Inspiration: Story from Fellow
microengagement
(small task)
+ coded feedback (could be videos)
Project
Inspiration: Story from Fellow
Reflection and
Sharing
http://www.adweek.com/socialtimes/interactive-youtube-videos/20567
Module 3: find your sweet spot
Chris (Bluestone hacks)
Tanner (Prototyping)
Module 4: bold ideas, little hacks
Empathy probes
Talking to people
Understanding your ecosystem
Negotiating for change
Landscape Canvas
Designing experiments
Measure with data
Keep iterating
"What if..."
Design Thinking for
Change Makers

Activate a space
map with pins, connect with Fellows
interaction with speaker Fellows
extra module at the end: this is just the beginning, if didn't work, try sth different
Fellows' stories have to be broad enough to be more generally appealing, yet match the module

feedback
ideas
for module 5: having participants submit an ignite video at the end with the project they will work on; then we create a map with all the videos, and/or a playlist with tags, and suggest connections with Fellows working on similar project
launch alongside #uifresh

Inspiration: Story from Fellow
Microengagement
(small task)
Create a pitch for your next project
Take the creative agency again
Module 5: this is just the beginning

Final Deliverable:
Ignite Style Presentation
4.
Inspiration: Story from Fellow (5 Minutes)
3.
Get up and move (30 minutes)
2.
Inspiration: Story from Fellow (5 Minutes)
Ex: Talk to 10 poeple different from yourself
Ex: Landscape Canvas
What surprised you the most?
Design Thinking for Change Makers
You are the there there
1.
Behaviors of Innovative Entrepreneurs
Explore your mindset
Shape your environment
Act the part
Design Thinking for Change Makers
You are the there there
2.
Inspiration from a young change maker
Design Thinking for Change Makers
You are the there there
3.
Get up and do (short activity)
Creative agency assessment
Design Thinking for Change Makers
You are the there there
4.
Inspiration from a young change maker
Design Thinking for Change Makers
You are the there there
5.
Project
Design Thinking for Change Makers
You are the there there
6.
Debrief & Reflect
What was the most surprising thing you learned?
What will you do differently based on this?
How could you encourage others to find themselves?
Ex: Creative plan for change
What impact did you make?
How did you find your zone?
How can you continue working in this zone?
What did you learn from your second iteration?
Alan Xia,
student at Kettering University, opened up underused lab space for all students and the community
Design Thinking for Change Makers
2.
Get your empathy on
Understanding your ecosystem
Understanding the pieces of your ecosystem is key to creating change within your environment.
Design Thinking for Change Makers
3.
Find your sweet spot
Where do you fit?
Your passion paired with holes in your ecosystem provide sweet spots for change.
Design Thinking for Change Makers
4.
Big ideas, Little hacks
Designing experiments
Many many little hacks can create organizational change over time.
Design Thinking for Change Makers
5.
This is just the beginning
You can change the world
Change comes in many shapes and sizes, don't stop creating.

Tanner Wheadon
Student inspiring others using small prototypes for change.
Design Thinking for
Change Makers

+
Design Thinking for Change Makers
You are the there there
1.
Understand yourself
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