Creative, practical, and sustainable education
The concept takes its inspiration from the practice of Frugal Innovation: the art of reducing the complexity and cost of products and services, and their production, to meet the needs of developing countries, conscious consumerism, and sustainability. Building on this foundation, the concept incorporates aspects of design thinking, systems thinking, the circular economy, doughnut economics, and sustainable development, and applies them within an education context.
How to cure writer’s block by dictating you words of wisdom.
Design Sprints are being embraced in Malaysian Education, and it’s awesome!
During a recent trip to Malaysia as part of Creative Culture project, myself and colleague Oliver Wood designed and delivered a rapid prototyping workshop for the creation of educational games. “What is the Creative Culture project?”… great question, here’s a brief...
Building an innovation lab for high-impact low-cost learning.
An example of Frugal Education at its most elegant.