The DIAgram as a relational framework for moving design learning and teaching online, and as a designed response to a very wicked problem.
Author: Ricardo Sosa, PhD Serve to:All design educators Time: One minute Cost: Your time Difficulty:Easy Background Perhaps you, like me, have always taught and presented at conferences in a standing position. As it turns out, how we use our bodies is as important in online interactions as it is in face-to-face situations. It took meContinue reading “Get Up, Stand Up”
Author: Ricardo Sosa, PhD Serve to:Studio instructors Time: A couple of hours to a few days Cost: Your time Difficulty:Medium Background Studio learning is a “signature pedagogy” of contemporary design education with origins in fine arts schools. These days there is a wide range of flavours and practices that characterise design studios, from basic foundationContinue reading “12 Ways to Check your Briefs”
Nordic Rebels is an award-winning* Finnish-Danish movement established in 2018 aiming at goosebumpifying learning. We rely on some of the famed Nordic values and strengths: openness and trust, storytelling and cuisine, design, and pedagogical competencies. We have created publicly available design videos focusing on multidisciplinary teamwork, design processes, and skills for the future. Whilst shootingContinue reading “Recipe: Nordic Rebels micromodules for engaging learning”
Audio is one of the oldest methods of distance education. Listening to informed and entertaining speakers can be a great imaginative learning experience. The ease of making a podcast coupled with great accessibility and low cost of producing professional sounding podcasts makes them a valuable tool in the distance learning toolbox. If you’ve never consideredContinue reading “Recipe: Podcasting for Learning”