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Design Thinking Methods & Practices workshop

New Teacher Center, in partnership with Pearson Foundation, Project MASH and NLI

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Redwood City, CA

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How can student interest and real world problem solving be the instigators of a project experience? What are the ways to organize this type of learning experience so that there is both structure and flexibility? How can this type of project experience incorporate both rigorous assessment and target grade-level Common Core standards? These questions are at the heart of the Design Thinking Methods & Practices workshop. 

So often, teachers are encouraged to integrate project-based learning and real world problem solving into their classrooms without the practical tools to support this process. The D3 process ("Dream it, Design it, Do it") is a simple toolset rooted in design thinking that offers a way to foster learning that is sparked by student interest and driven by civic action. Through a series of interactive and participatory challenges and activities, the Design Thinking Methods & Practices workshop will offer educators a chance to better understand what the design process is and how it can be incorporated into the classroom in relevant and engaging ways. 

Project MASH is a social learning platform that connects teachers and students with innovative learning organizations, engagement strategies and, experiences. Learn more and join today at

Registration includes lunch on both days of the workshop. Space is limited. Free parking available.  

Have questions about Design Thinking Methods & Practices workshop? Contact New Teacher Center, in partnership with Pearson Foundation, Project MASH and NLI


New Teacher Center
Sobrato Center for Nonprofits
330 Twin Dolphin Drive, Suite 101
Redwood City, CA 94065


New Teacher Center, in partnership with Pearson Foundation, Project MASH and NLI

New Teacher Center (NTC) is a national non-profit dedicated to improving student learning by accelerating the effectiveness of new teachers and school leadersNTC's key approach includes mentors/coaches as a strategy to maximize support for teachers' understanding and implementation of new learning.  NTC works with schools districts, state policymakers, and educators across the country to develop and implement engaging professional learning opportunities and induction programs aligned with district learning goals. 

The Pearson Foundation is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that aims to make a difference by promoting literacy, learning and great teaching. The Foundation collaborates with leading businesses, nonprofits and education experts to share good practice; foster innovation; and find workable solutions to the educational disadvantages facing young people and adults across the globe.

Project MASH to connects teachers and students to new kinds of learning experiences in an online social environment—because for students the process of following, doing, and sharing is how learning works. In doing so, Project MASH aims to bring all kinds of learning experiences from outside of school into your classroom with the social richness that young people expect, and then to send everyone out into the world at large to learn.

The New Learning Institute is a grassroots professional development initiative that gives classroom teachers the chance to learn together in dynamic, hands-on trainings; and to explore proven, engaging resources and approaches developed by exemplary out-of-school institutions.

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