Tomoko Sakamoto and Hugo Pardo Kuklinski are two examples of teachers using Manual Thinking in education. While Tomoko leads interesting didactic workshops like the one she delivered at the Ito-Juku Architecture School for Children in Tokyo, Hugo is the founder and director of Outliers School, where many innovative solutions and service prototypes are co-created hand in hand with powerful companies and academic institutions. You can listen to a podcast conversation between Hugo and Luki here.
In their presentation in the Manual Thinking Workspace, we have learned a great deal about the importance of inclusion and age diversity when it comes to teamwork, and how tangible tasks can help the learning process of students. Contact us to find out more about the possibilities of implementing Manual Thinking in your school or institution!