HTH Design Process
Design for Transformational Learning
In PBL Design Camp, participants will learn how to navigate the phases of the design process using this compass: Empathize, Define, Ideate, Draft, Test, and Critique. We will notice and reflect on the impact our design choices have on student engagement. Each session practices strategies that build our confidence in project design.
PBL Design Camp
Design a Project for and with Students
Collaborate online with HTH students, HTH teachers, and educators from around the world to design your own project-based learning curriculum. Learn design processes and protocols through a series of interactive and personalized workshops. PBL Design Camp is structured to provide multiple entry points for those new to PBL and to offer new strategies for those who want to refine their project planning process.
Connect and Collaborate
Space is limited to a small cohort.
Space is intentionally limited in our PBL workshops to personalize the design experience for participants. A small cohort enables participants to engage in community discussions, critique collaboratively, receive peer feedback, and build a project prototype.
PBL Design Camp Sessions
ONE WORKSHOP. SIX DESIGN SESSIONS.
Highly recommended session to learn how to use a variety of applications for online collaboration during PBL Design Camp. Participants will engage with applications to prepare for session one of PBL Design Camp. The steepest learning curve for participants is the white board application miro.com.