Define 1 – Collage

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What does this student need?

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Typical Responses
– Stool/Ladder
– Books to stand on
– Someone to help them get the book

Designer Response
– There is a reason they want that specific book
– They want the information inside the book
– They want to connect to a character from the book

 

THE DEFINE PROCESS

Now that you have empathized with a situation or problem, it’s time to focus on finding a solution to the problem. The purpose of the ‘define’ step is to decide on a specific solution to the problem.

 

ACTIVITY

Objective: Create a photo collage that is a visual representation of how you feel about one of the prompts below.

Resource: For this activity, we will be using Befunky to create a photo collage. You can either go to their website, or download the app to your phone:

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Befunky Website
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Befunky Mobile App

 

ASSIGNMENT
1. Your collage must have the following:
– At least 7 photographs
– All of the photos must be taken by you. You cannot use images from online
All photos must be school appropriate.

2. Using Befunky, create a photo collage that demonstrates your thoughts or how you feel about one of the following:

  • Exploring my world
  • My school day
  • Taking control of my life
  • How I see myself in the future

3. Save the collage and post the image to your Google+ cohort community page:

 

 

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

Gaza Camp Visit

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VIDEOS

Garage Method: Empathy Maps by IBM Bluemix Garage Method via YouTube.

 

Defining a Problem: Crash Course Kids #18.1 by Crash Course Kids via YouTube.

 

Episode 5.1 Identifying and Defining Problems by Center for Innovation in Legal Education via YouTube.

 

Embrace – Defining a Point of View – An Intro to Design Thinking by Corey Ford via Vimeo.