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What is Educational Priority

Applying Design Thinking to the Measurement of Experiential Learning
Used in a Curricular Approach to Learning, it is an aspirational statement that articulates what students will learn because of engaging in educational opportunities offered by a unit or division at a particular college or university.
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The Curricular Approach: How Design Thinking Can Identify and Center Ubiquitous Institutional Learning Goals
Kathleen G. Kerr (University of Delaware, USA) and James Tweedy (University of Delaware, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-7768-4.ch006
In this chapter, the authors explore the unintentional but striking synergies that exist between design thinking and the curricular approach to learning. Specifically, the authors explore how the define step of design thinking can be applied to the crucial step of defining ubiquitous institutional learning aims to guide the work of educators who work outside the classroom. By applying concepts of design thinking to the curricular approach, the authors reinforce the importance of collaborations and innovation as key aspects when defining both the desired learning outcomes and the environments within which this learning will occur. The chapter concludes with an acknowledgement of the challenges faced by educators applying concepts of both the curricular approach and design thinking.
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