Teaching Kids Design Thinking, So They Can Solve the World's Biggest Problems
The next generation will need to be more and more comfortable with problems of dizzying complexity. And design thinking can teach them that.
Excerpt: Future generations will be called to solve some of the most challenging problems ever created and faced by man. Our children must master systems-thinking to envision multiple methods for addressing complex challenges like renewable energy, world hunger, climate change, and ultimately, the design of a better world. They must also possess the compassion to recognize the rising human population and create a world that is inclusive, rather than exclusive.
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