It’s one thing to teach design to a group of students who self-identify as designers. It’s something quite different to teach design to a group of students who at best don’t self-identify as designers, or at worst wish they didn’t have to take your course at all. An entirely different set of teaching objectives and strategies are needed for these students to learn how design is relevant to the roles with which they do identify, and to equip them with the knowledge and skills that will allow them to contribute towards good design outcomes in the larger scope of cross-disciplinary teams.
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