Friday, June 29, 2018

Disruptus: Practice Empathy and Ideation for Design Thinking

In this video I would like to share an awesome game called Disruptus that I learned about from my co-teacher, Heidi Peterson. It is a great game for students to practice the behaviors and thinking of the empathize and ideate phases of design thinking. The purpose of Disruptus is to have students brainstorm innovative ideas by looking at objects in different perspectives and thinking beyond the obvious. This game is a great way to help students learn and practice the following Ideate Principles: (1) one conversation at a time, (2) stay focused, (3) encourage wild ideas, (4) defer judgement, and (5) build on the ideas of others. It is also a great way for students to practice their empathy as well.

Disruptus -

Intro music by Ryan Little “Summer Dreams”:
Background Music from - "Brings Back The Feeling" by Daniel Gunnarsson


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