Welcome to the Atlanta K12 Design Challenge, a partnership between Westminster, The Lovett School and Fulton County Schools. 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. Participating schools for the 2018-19 school year include: Mountain Park Elementary School, Ocee Elementary School, Hembree Springs Elementary School, Woodland Elementary School, and Riverwood International Charter School.
are held periodically during the school year and in June 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.
For more information on bootcamps please contact one of the following:
If a school or educator in Fulton County Schools: Stacy Perlman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Other schools and/or educators:
Laura Deisley (email@example.com)
or Robert Ryshke (firstname.lastname@example.org)