Design thinking can be defined as "people-centered problem solving with a bias toward action," and it is quickly spreading throughout education, thanks to its focus on people. We'll learn the basics of the design thinking process, before identifying a number of problems to workshop with our new skills, and we'll consider the different ways that design thinking can be used in our classroom. We'll also practice the art of questioning, using digital whiteboard tools like Padlet, ThingLink, etc. and visual thinking skills to help us clarify our ideas.