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Design for Play
"Rationale and reflections on teaching science through play- an informal, affective, qualitative and somewhat playful case study" by Scott Henstrand. Scott, a Physics teacher at Brooklyn High School for Collaborative Studies, is working alongside the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum to intertwine science and design. On Saturday, March 5 the Museum hosted a workshop led by...
Bringing Graphic Design to the Classroom: Workshop with Curator Ellen Lupton
This free program was for high school teachers interested in entering student work into the Department of Education's annual Cover Design Competition. The Department of Education's annual Cover Design Competition invites students to submit original works of graphic design to be used as the cover of the High School Directory, other Office of Student Enrollment...
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Learning Interaction Design
CIID Homepage The Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design offers a sophisticated post-experience program in interaction design, attracting students from Denmark and all over the world, as well as consulting with companies and organizations. They have a lot of really interesting projects on their website spanning a range of sixteen courses. It’s well worth a browse!...
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National Design Awards: Finalists
The winner and two finalists of the Corporate Achievement category are, together, quite different from the winners of the past. As a whole, they represent what is possible at a smaller scale. The Walker does its amazing work in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Heath Ceramics has been handcrafting tiles and tableware in the same way for over...