Thrilled to have a new piece out in Phi Delta Kappan (a practitioner journal exploring research from a practical standpoint), exploring the ways that I have used design thinking to help teachers address problems of practice in the classroom. Having opportunities to learn about and engage their design thinking habits of mind can provide teachers with approaches and structures that can support how they manage complex problems in the challenging domain of teaching. More about these outcomes of accepting uncertainty, valuing empathy, and seeing teaching as design, is shared here:

Henriksen, D., & Richardson, C. (2017). Teachers are designers: Addressing problems of practice in education. Phi Delta Kappan, 99(2), 60-64.