Beginning with our ideals, we have developed and tested an idea to see if it is a good idea. This last finger on the Big Green Hand invites us to take specific inferences into account. If we implement our idea, what will be the consequences? What will be intended and unintended consequences? Who will own the risk? Tentative conclusions help us stay awake yet let us develop our scope of work.
What's in this Lab?
Tentative Conclusions Lab Total Time: 1.5-2 hrs
RESILIENCE TESTING Participants: Small groups (3-4 people) Materials:
+ Resilience Speed Stating Maps (pre-requisite Speed
Stating Lab), large sheets of paper, colored pencils/pens/pastels
OUR IDEA IS ... BECAUSE ... Participants: Small groups (3-4 people) Materials:
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