Prototyping can make students anxious because they’ve learned to fear failure.
It’s our job to reframe failures as learning opportunities.
Like the Micheal Jordan slide, you can use these slides to change how your students think about failure:
This sets you up to introduce prototyping not as building products, but as running experiments:
Combine these with the 60 Minute MVP exercise and your students will discover that…
Prototyping is a powerful (and fun) way to get customer feedback.
Specifically, students learn:
- How to create a landing page (basic website) or application prototype/wireframe
- How to create an explainer video
- How to collect some form of currency to measure the effectiveness of their MVP
So, if you want to show your students the power of prototyping try the 60-Minute MVP and…
In upcoming posts, we will share exercises to engage your students.
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