The Sprintbase blog Category: Inspiration

Inspiration

Education Spotlight: Spare the Rod

At first glance, I wasn’t convinced that students pursuing their own projects could be effective. How can young students know what they should be prepared for? What if their interests are too abstract? What if they don’t know what skills are most important for them to learn?
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The business case for curiosity

Harvard Business School’s Professor Francesca Gino has conducted fascinating research into the power of curiosity in the workplace. Many of the most curious among us shy away from their natural bias to ask why, due to fears of being labelled as ‘out of line’ or ‘asking too many questions’.
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Education Spotlight: Design Thinking at Riverside School

One of the most exciting aspects of working in design is its vast applicability. I’ve been fortunate enough to use design thinking to enhance learning and teaching experiences and am excited by the rise of human centered design in academic institutions around the world.
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