Student acquisition of graduate attributes is an increasingly important consideration for educational institutes, yet embedding these attributes in the curriculum is often challenging. This paper recounts the process of embedding design thinking in a studio design course. The process is adapted to suit music technology students and delivered through weekly interactive workshops. Student adaptation to design thinking is assessed against the characteristics of experienced designers to identify issues and derive heuristics for future iterations of the course.
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