Hugh Dubberly, Shelley Evenson
Designers often speak of design as a process. Typically, design thinking leads to design making, which leads to artifacts. Yet the design process also leads to something moreto new knowledge. Thus, we might characterize designing as a form of learning. Curiously, the converse is also true. We might characterize learning as a form of designing. That is, the process of observing, reflecting, and making (and iterating those steps) may aid learning. Several designers and teachers have recognized the link between designing and learning and are bringing designing into curricula not just in college but also in high school and…
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@Jimela Dora (2019 02 21)
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