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Design Thinking Grades 6 - 8 Empathize Define Prototype Ideate Test . Real Life Example. Empathize Seeing a situation from another person's point of view, and tuning into their needs

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  • Design Thinking Grades 6 - 8

  • Culturally


    Design Thinking

    with Python

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  • What Will We Learn Together Today?

    •  Design a virtual gift shape with design thinking approach as a team

    •  Present & Make it real

    •  Answer questions

  • Peer Instruction for Teacher

    -  Pair 2 or 3 classmates as a team.

    -  Create a multiple choice or open-ended question that asks what computational thinking concept this unplugged activity teaches us? (Poll Everywhere, Kahoot, etc.)

    -  Let each team member vote individually and then discuss as a team.

  • You are now a team

  • Algorithmic Design Empathize

    What Will We Learn Together Today?

  • Computational

    Thinking Phrases





    Recognition Abstraction


  • Design





    Ideate Prototype


  • Real Life Example

  • Empathize

    Seeing a situation from another person's

    point of view, and tuning into their needs

    and emotions.

    Algorithmic Design

    Significant instructions with a step-by-step

    solution for a problem and pulling out

    significant details to find one solution that

    applies multiple similar problems.

    Give your children a chance to ask questions of

    their grandparents to understand what kind of

    eggs they like. See breakfast from the

    grandparents’ point of view.

    Ask your children whether they are following their

    own instructions or not. For example, did they

    add salt even though the grandparents don’t like

    salty eggs?

    Design Thinking with Eggs

  • Algorithm written in an informal natural language like English


  • Python

  • Virtual gift example

    Virtual Gift Shape Code

  • What we’ll do: Interview

    What we’ll learn: Empathize other cultures


  • STEM Family

  • Empathize Team 1 Giza, Egypt

  • Empathize Team 2 Cupertino, United States

  • What we’ll do: Make things tangible and test out ideas

    What we’ll learn: Prototyping ideas as a team


  • What we’ll do: Show your virtual gift prototype to classmates and ask for feedback

    What we’ll learn: Giving and receiving feedback


  • Virtual gift for team 1 from team 2

    Virtual Gift Shape Code

  • Virtual gift for team 2 from team 1

    Virtual Gift Shape Code

  • Briefly explain how you used Algorithmic Design and Empathize?

    Write down your answers on the sticky notes and put them on the whiteboard.

    1.  Empathize

    2.  Algorithmic Design


    STEM Family

  • CSTA Standards

  • identifier Standard Concept Practice(s)

    2-AP-10 Use flowcharts and/or pseudocode to address complex problems as algorithms.

    Algorithms & Programming Abstraction

    2-AP-13 Decompose problems and subproblems into parts to facilitate the design, implementation, and review of programs.

    Algorithms & Programming Computational Problems

    2-AP-15 Seek and incorporate feedback from team members and users to refine a solution that meets user needs.

    Algorithms & Programming

    Collaborating, Inclusion

    2-AP-18 Distribute tasks and maintain a project timeline when collaboratively developing computational artifacts.

    Algorithms & Programming Collaborating