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Introduce design thinking process to primary students (VIII class onwards) to encourage creative problem-solving and innovation.

Are you a student with a passion for design? Do you dream of establishing yourself as an expert in this exciting field? If so, our one  year program is just what you need to streamline your career in design! 

3 Months

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Introduction to Design Thinking

In this first three months, students will learn about the fundamental principles of design thinking and its importance in problem-solving. They will be introduced to the five stages of the design thinking process: Empathize, Define, Ideate, Prototype, and Test.

6 Months

Empathize

During these 3 months, students will learn about the importance of empathy in design thinking. They will learn how to identify and understand the needs and perspectives of their users, and how to gather information through observation and interviews.

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9 Months

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Define and Ideate

In these 3 months, students will learn how to define and articulate the problem they are trying to solve. They will learn how to generate a wide range of ideas and brainstorm solutions using techniques such as mind mapping and sketching.

12 Months

During the final last three months, students will learn how to create a prototype of their design and test it with users. They will learn how to create a low-fidelity prototype using materials such as paper, cardboard, and other readily available materials. They will also learn how to test their prototype with users to gather feedback and make improvements.

Prototype and Test

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Summary

Throughout the course, students will work on real-world design challenges and apply the design thinking process to solve problems in their local community or school. They will also learn how to communicate their ideas and solutions effectively using visual storytelling techniques such as sketching, storyboarding, and presentation tools. By the end of the course, students will have a solid understanding of the design thinking process and its practical application in problem-solving, as well as a range of valuable skills in creativity, empathy, and communication.

They need to arrange

  • A Good Laptop

  • WiFI Connection

  • Notepad

  • Sticky Notes

  • Colou Sketch pens

  • Chart Paper

  • Weekend Classes

  • One-on-One Interaction

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