Welcome to the Atlanta K12 Design Challenge, a partnership between the Lovett School, Westminster, the Fulton County School District, and the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford University (the "d.school"). Since January 2014, teams of educators from private and public schools have been building capacity for design thinking as a process for driving innovation in schools, leading sustainable and real impact, creating catalysts for change, and nurturing collaboration across schools.
The Atlanta K12 Design Challenge
is made possible by the generous support, leadership and encouragement of the R. Howard Dobbs, Jr. Foundation, The Woodward Fund, The Westminster Schools, The Lovett School, and Fulton County Schools. Participating schools for the 2016-2017 school year include: The Lovett School, The Westminster Schools, Woodward Academy, Trinity School, Atlanta International School, Mountain Park Elementary School. Sandy Springs Charter Middle School, , Charles R. Drew Charter School, and Woodland Elementary School.
will be held throughout the 2016-2107 school year for schools and/or educators who are interested in learning more about the design thinking process, and how design thinking can be used to drive innovation and change in schools. Please refer back to our website soon for more information about how to register for this year's AK12DC Bootcamps!