How to Develop Student-Centered Design Challenges- Part 5

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The last four weeks, we’ve been discussing how to create your own design challenges to use in your classroom.  So far, we’ve learned where to find great ideas for design challenges, the importance of aligning them to your standards and how to introduce and facilitate challenges.

In this last part of the series, I’m going to address:

  • What do I do once I finish the challenge?
  • How do I measure success?

Don’t forget to pick up the Guide Sheet for Part 5 of How To…Develop Student-Centered Design Challenges!

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