An interactive experience for posing questions, solving problems and fostering collaboration.
There’s finally a place for you to practice the design process first-hand, show off your design skills, develop a portfolio of work, earn digital badges and get feedback from peers, teachers and design professionals around the world. Work on projects through a school or program or tackle challenges on your own knowing there’s a whole network of designers on DiscoverDesign.org to support you.
Use DiscoverDesign.org to guide students to solve problems using design thinking and 21st Century learning skills. Assign existing challenges to students or create new ones. At each step of the design process students post original photos, research, drawings, models or video artifacts. The website serves as a “town square” where students can be inspired, learn from each other’s work and get feedback from each other and design professionals along the way. DiscoverDesign.org is ideal for use in Career and Technical Education classes, and Science Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) courses. Art and humanities teachers also find DiscoverDesign.org to be rigorous and relevant for cross-disciplinary and project-based learning.
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Encourage the next generation of designers. Architecture, engineering and design professionals can volunteer as online mentors to provide feedback, jury local and national competitions, and help motivate and design thinking through comments and discussion with students and teachers. Insight from design professionals helps guide teens students towards real world understanding of design concepts and assists in producing better, more professional work that teens can add to a portfolio.
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