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Design Thinking and Process Colloquium 2020 Registration
Colloquium

The Colloquium is hosted by University Laboratory High School and the Industrial Design program in the School of Art and Design at U of I on Saturday, February 22, 2020.

Come learn with a community of educators who utilize design processes in their classrooms. The event will be a morning of design activities and presentations for high school teachers of all disciplines who want to incorporate design thinking into their curriculum. At the colloquium, local Teacher Presenters will share their lesson plans, student work samples, and give poster presentations featuring their classroom design activities. Current undergraduate Industrial Design students will discuss their educational journey and Professor Shin will introduce summer design education opportunities. There will also be time to meet and mingle over complementary continental breakfast and morning snacks. Optional tours of the Fine and Applied Arts facilities and Krannert Art Museum (from an Exhibit Designer’s point of view) will be offered in the afternoon.

Presentation Topics Include:

  • Protest Art
  • Urbana Design
  • Using Design in Science Classes
  • Product Re-Design
  • Chemistry by Design: Merging Chemical Thinking and Human-Centered Design
  • Professional Development: Design Thinking and Process Summer 2019
  • Promoting a Positive School Culture Using Graphic Design
  • Exhibition Design and Production: From Concept to Reality
The Design Thinking and Process Colloquium is hosted by University Laboratory High School and the Industrial Design program in School of Art and Design at U of I.

This event is CPDU eligible. This event is funded by the David Frankel Fund.

This complementary event is limited to 20 participants.

Please make your reservation here.