The headline:

David Kelley Talks Design Thinking In Education

The source:

An excerpt:

“Design thinking is more experimental and less step-by-step. It’s fuzzier. It’s intuitive. It’s empathic. We often say that it’s integrative thinking, where you put together ideas from different sources—it’s synthesis. This is a way of thinking that is not quite so linear, but you can build confidence in it if you do it over and over again.”

My comment:

Sounds like my old friend PBL (Problem Based Learning), stated in very confusing terms.