Monthly Archives: July 2012

Design thinking is one of the tools I find increasingly useful in my work. It would be a great process to use as part of the redesign of education in Christchurch. If you’re interested in exploring this journey and being part of a design process, I think that the first step is to watch David Kelley taking about design and how it can build creative confidence.
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Last night I had the privilege of talking with a group of parents about the sort of education they wanted for their children and future generations. One of the recurring themes was the importance of being able to connect globally. This is about developing personal and professional networks of all ages across many places. Their thinking was that if people had more opportunity to interact with different people they may become more tolerant and more culturally intelligent.

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