Max Underwood, Arizona State University President’s Professor in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, discusses how he facilitates a design challenge for his online students. Discover how he has online students work collaboratively in groups using new media and global communications to respond to design challenges that address: 1) one minute of mastery; 2) the lightest cardboard chair; and 3) a local non-profit. Skeptical? Find out how he does it in this Faculty Showcase video!
About Tahnja Wilson
After years in the healthcare field, Tahnja earned her elementary education certificate and taught her own technology curriculum for K-8 students (game design, robotics, media, etc.). In 2009 she came to ASU, redesigning courses for the online environment. (She’s also taught online for over 10 years.) Her instructional design interests include gaming, best practices, and student/instructor engagement. Tahnja holds a Master’s in International Management from Thunderbird, a MBA and Elementary Education Certificate from ASU, and a BA in Journalism from the University of Washington.
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