Design Thinking Programme

design thinking

Design thinking is a journey of trial and error, so it is more effective to conduct the training through a series of workshops instead of one-off ones. 

By curating a programme that includes 12 – 16 sessions of design thinking, we can take care of the learning of each student, with guidance for them to reflect and review their thoughts. Throughout the series of workshops, they experience the essence of design thinking by going through the whole journey, from understanding the users’ needs, building and revising prototypes, as well as the final presentation. 

Services: Programme design, material & equipment preparation, workshop delivery

Learning Experience

Curriculum Reference
Session Content Session Content
1 Understand what is design thinking 9 Consolidate the user needs
2 Building Empathy with activities 10 Learn maker skills
3 Learn the problem by Making 11 Practice and making
4 Understand users’ needs (Prototype 1.0) 12 Practice and making
5 Consolidate the insights from users 13 Getting and giving constructive feedback (Prototype 3.0)
6 Generate crazy ideas 14 Improve the prototype with different perspectives
7 Actualize ideas and test with prototypes 15 Empathy as an awareness
8 Finding insights and accept failure (Prototype 2.0) 16 Product launch & Recap the learning (Prototype 4.0)

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Ms. Angie Zhou

Education Specialist

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Angie Zhou is an Education Specialist at MIT App Inventor. She was the founder and CEO of Dreams Come True in Shenzhen, where she developed online coding courses for kids. She also has previous curriculum development, teaching and staff training experience at First Code Academy in Hong Kong.