Gilly Salmon webinar in ocTEL introducing Carpe Diem workshop

22 05 2013

Good resources from the webinar today:

http://www.gillysalmon.com/uploads/1/6/0/5/16055858/carpe_diem_planning_processmay2013_3.pdf

For me this resembled a deign-thinking creative workshop but it was useful to see it applied to the process of learning design rather than product design.  The resources are good too and include examples.   For me, the useful take-aways of the 5 stage process were:

  • ‘focus on the end-point’ i.e. LOs and
  • the reality check stage of the process – as all creative people can get carried away in the moment

These are visually depicted in the resources as per below.

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