The Interdisciplinary Design Practice Program aims to develop our students' ability to problem find and problem frame as expertly as they problem solve. Through integrating experiential and exploratory pedagogical methods across MSFEA courses, the IDPP aims to develop a generation of leaders who will have the intellectual agility, collaborative abilities, and tolerance for ambiguity – along with the rigorous technical expertise – necessary to meaningfully address complex 21st century challenges.
Sticky Notes: Using human-centered design in the classroom
Curious about how to integrate design thinking into your teaching and coursework?
Wondering about how to make your courses more exploratory, experiential, and collaborative?
This video series will ignite your creative confidence and spark your imagination by shining a light on real-life success stories from MSFEA faculty members.
Sticky Notes 01 – Professor Harb tricks his entire class (three times)
IDPP Design Principles