Description

The engineering design process is a set of steps for creating that which does not yet exist. Help your students develop thoughtful solutions to open-ended problems, no matter what the subject area. Design authentic, open-ended problems for your students to solve using IDE Corp.’s Design Process.

Course 011

Syllabus

  1.     Understanding the “place” of design process as creating that which does not exist (referencing the STEM science/engineering juxtaposition but realizing that the IDE Design Process can be used in all subjects)
  2.     Exploring the difference between convergent and divergent thinking
  3.     Understanding the six steps to the IDE Design Process (formulate, explore, ideate, sift, simulate, advocate)
  4.     Understanding the importance of empathy in the IDE Design Process
  5.     Engaging students in activities that require them to use the design process
  6.     Understanding the importance of efficacy in the classroom
  7.     Exploring the importance of consensus in decision-making and the tools students can use to achieve consensus

Access to the MyQPortal is included for all participants while enrolled in the VLC. 25 contact hours.

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