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Article: Design Thinking - How to Create Your POV

When designing change in a district, it is essential that leaders hear directly from students, families, teachers, and classified staff (i.e., those most impacted by teaching and learning); this is often done via empathy interviews. It can sometimes be challenging to make sense of the themes from empathy interviews, so this guide from Perficient introduces a framework for translating stories from empathy interviews into actionable insights.

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