Recently, when visiting a market in Mexico City, I came across a woman
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School created the D!Lab as one of many places for novel ideas, creativity, ingenuity, and innovation to thrive. We invite you to learn about the design process, the purpose of the D!Lab, and the human-centered focus of our students.
BAC HackBac 2024
When: March 1-3, 2024
A Social Justice Hackathon
Revolutionizing BIPOC Communities through Environmental Equity & Justice
HackBAC is intentionally created as an affinity space for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) 8th-12th grade highly motivated students who have demonstrated interest in social justice and those who work in solidarity to advance social justice for these identities.
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In this article we want you to explore a novel way to foster
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Design thinking addresses a problem by creating an object, an environment, an experience, a system, a service or a communication. It is a unique and fundamental form of human intelligence that is most often expressed in the way students formulate problems, generate solutions and utilize the design process.
The D!Lab Guide to Imagination and Design Thinking provides a research-informed roadmap for teachers, students, school leaders, policymakers and businesses that value design thinking as integral to real-world problem solving.
About the School
From piecing together artificial limbs to building solar-powered racecars, design has been a hallmark of St. Andrew’s Episcopal School’s curriculum for more than a decade. Students in all grades have access to collaborative spaces to design and make things that will shape their habits, minds, skills and creativity.
Design is the Process.
Creativity is the Mindset.
Imagination is the Root.
Humanity is the Purpose.
Innovation is the Result.