In the High School, the Making class, offered as an elective called
'Making the Future,' has also structured their units around Design
Thinking. While this has shifted their initial way of running the
course, it allows flexibility and provides students with a process
At Re.D Studio we are asking ourselves how we could provide a
guide for students and teachers to use Design Thinking for
research projects, or even personal inquiries. By creating a toolkit
of processes that have a wide application, students have the right
balance between structure and creativity to follow through with
their ideas. We will share more about this once the guide is
Successful integration will be when:
This process becomes natural to both students and teachers
during their day-to-day routine.
Teachers start to seamlessly operate with a Design Thinking
mindset during their units.
Students presenting their prototypes to the Maker Education class