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The Gift-Giving Project is 90-minute (including debrief) fast-paced project though a full design cycle. Students pair up to interview each other, come to a point-of-view of how they might design for their partner, ideate, and prototype a new solution to "redesign the gift-giving experience" for their partner.
The gift-giving project has the same structure as the wallet project, only the topic is changed.
You can see all the information about how to run the activity on that page
: The Wallet Project
What we give you for the Gift-Giving Project:
The worksheet packet (the paper sheets students work on)
[Print one-sided 11"x17", one per student]
The facilitators guide (a step-by-step guide with talking points to run the activity)
[Print two-sided 11"x17", one per facilitator]
- Here's an example of what a worksheet might look like after the project (i.e. filled out)
(Note, this from the Gift-Giving Project, and the prompts are slightly different than in the worksheets above)