RED Lab brings Design Thinking to Research

The Research in Education and Design Lab (RED Lab) brought design thinking to the largest education research conference in the world, AERA. The RED Lab, a multidisciplinary group dedicated to understand how people learn design, is comprised of faculty, staff, and graduate students from the Stanford School of Education, the d.school, and Developmental Biology.
School of Education Professor Shelley Goldman and d.school K-12 Designer Adam Royalty ran a fast paced design challenge at the Design and Technology business meeting. By connecting with this network of fellow design researchers, we hope to create a thriving community of education design researchers.

Later in the conference, the RED Lab presented a poster documenting its effort to create a robust design thinking rubric, based on a performance based task following a three week math unit that incorporated design thinking principles. Many inspiring conversations followed and we look forward to collaborating with the design thinking research community.

4 Responses

  1. Raymond Kung
    Raymond Kung May 11, 2010 at 3:40 pm |

    awesome! How do I get involved?

    1. Zaza Kabayadondo
      Zaza Kabayadondo May 31, 2011 at 6:46 am |

      Hey Raymond,
      Thanks for the interest. Send us an email at redlab@suse.stanford.edu. We’d love to hear from you!

    2. Zaza Kabayadondo
      Zaza Kabayadondo May 31, 2011 at 6:47 am |

      Hey Raymond,
      Thanks for the interest. Send us an email at redlab at suse dot stanford dot edu. We’d love to hear from you!

  2. Catalina Talero
    Catalina Talero August 3, 2010 at 12:16 pm |

    Acabo de volver de un Fulbright en Colombia. Ahí investigué innovaciones en modelos evaluativos de educación cívica. También estudié financiación de estos mismos proyectos. Estoy muy interesada en aprender más.
    I just returned from a Fulbright in Colombia. There, I researched innovations in civic education evaluation models. I also studied finance models for these same projects. I´m very interested in learning more.

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