Our experience with CBaSE was nothing short of exceptional. The students went above and beyond on the project and the team at CBaSE was fantastic to work with as well. Our goal for the four months was to research a potential industry that we had yet to penetrate. The team at CBaSE led this project and delivered great results. We are planning to do more projects with CBaSE in the coming semesters and would recommend them to any business.
Incorporate Design Thinking into your course!
The Wood Centre can help you reinforce critical thinking and creativity in your course.
Are you interested in having your students unlock the power of Design Thinking? The Wood Centre provides a hands on learning opportunity for your students where they will create solutions to real world problems.
Why Engage with The Wood Centre?
- Increase student engagement
- Provide real world content
- Reinvigorate your course
- Engage with community
- Embrace teaching innovation
Who is eligible to apply?
Faculty members across all colleges are welcome to apply. Whether you are looking for a case study to embed into your course or you are looking an organization to partner with, we can help.
How does the application process work?
We use the online application to learn more information about your requirements and needs. This will allow us to begin a conversation about how we can provide you with the appropriate support and resources. Once we receive your submission, we will review and get in touch shortly.
What does The Wood Centre offer faculty?
We offer faculty three resources:
- case studies with local organizations to embed in your course,
- mentoring opportunities with U of G students, and
- research/consulting opportunities with local organizations.
What are the benefits of working with The Wood Centre?
There are a lot of benefits from working with The Wood Centre. Embedding a case study into your course is an excellent way to engage students with real world material. Partnering with a community organization provides an opportunity to work with the local community to make a positive impact. Lastly, mentoring students allows for a rich and rewarding experience that provides invaluable support to students requiring guidance and expertise.
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