Day 4: Interview & Debriefing
Each teacher ends the interview with a debriefing. These example questions can help to summarise the feedback:
- Which aspect of the method surprised you?
- How would you describe the method to a colleague?
- Who do you imagine would use the method?
- How does it compare to courses or classes you have seen in the past?
- What are the pros and cons of this experience? If you had a magic wand and could add, remove, or tweak anything about what you saw, what would it be?
- How would you feel about using this course in the future?
Answers to these questions are assembled on post-it notes and on the sheet of paper, combining both points for improvement and positive feedback per co-creation method.
When all interviews are over, each teacher has a clear view on what works and what needs to be changed to have a good co-creation integration of the course. This is the beginning of a good co-created course pilot. Remember that design sprints do not have to be final and can be revisited or held again anytime to further improve the co-creation of course materials in any subject imaginable.