Two students at MET Professional Academy are designing a prosthetic arm that can be built by the user.
Students at Escola Ramon Fuster use empathy to design for a blind classmate.
Students at Marrickville High School in Australia create a campaign to increase enrollment of girls at their school.
Participants in the Learning Studio facilitator training design something special for their neighbor in a mini design challenge.
For the Learning Studios Play to Learn Design Challenge, students from Mundaring Primary School created a trivia game to help players learn new facts while having fun.
Three high school juniors are using the Learning Studio to create an apparel brand with a social mission.
Participants in the Learning Studio facilitator training explore stages of the design thinking process.
Participants in the Learning Studio facilitator training examine the design of everyday objects.
For the Learning Studios Play to Learn Design Challenge, students at Riverside Middle School created a game to teach adults the challenges of being a teenager.
For the Learning Studios Play to Learn Design Challenge, students at Solana Beach Elementary school created a board game to help teach players about protecting the environment.
For the Learning Studios Play to Learn Design Challenge, students at Riverside Middle School created an air hockey game that teaches players about ice hockey.
Students from the Learning Studio at Leadership Public Schools, Hayward had the opportunity to showcase the projects they created in the Learning Studio at Maker Faire in the Bay Area.
Students from the Learning Studio at Johannes-Scharrer-Gymnasium win the “TechSkins” design competition.
Students at the Learning Studio at Fletcher Elementary School designed, hosted, and performed in a “Haunted Hallway” for their community.
Students at Leadership Public School, Hayward designed visual compositions to illustrate the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
A student at Skyview High School worked with school custodial staff to solve a a real-world problem in the Learning Studio.
Students at Winterboro High School create their own video games and game controllers.
Students made use of the 3-D printer, wood carving, clay and styrofoam modeling, and an array of craft materials.
Using the Makey Makey Invention Kits, students at Conley Elementary in Chandler, AZ are creating circuits.
Students at Escola Ramon Fuster in Bellaterra, Spain are creating a model for sustainable cities of the future.
Students at Fletcher Elementary School in Cambridge, Vermont don’t stop when they hit a challenge.
Students in Boston are using the HP Sprout to design Cinema 4D motion graphics.
Students at South Fayette Middle School in McDonald, PA are exploring the parts and purposes of everyday items.
As part of a science unit, students at James Morden School are educating their community.
Students at Mundaring Primary School in Australia are tackling a STEM challenge with a twist.
The Learning Studio has supported an excitement about thinking that is palpable in my 2nd grade classroom.