Is your school ready to take learning focused on design thinking and entrepreneurship to the next level? Is your campus looking to shift from a community service mindset to a social impact framework? Are you interested in exploring how to create community-based Social Impact Design Challenges that support students in developing empathy with the communities they are trying to serve and making a real difference in those communities?
In this one-day workshop, learn how to leverage design thinking as well as frameworks for equity-based social impact work to create engaging, student-centered, real world Social Impact Design Challenges that support the development of creative confidence in students while preparing them to be effective leaders and changemakers in an increasingly complex world. Through these frameworks, you will also be able to shift from a passive community service model at your school to an active Social Impact model, all while giving your students to opportunity to make real changes in their communities. This workshop is co-led by Katie Krummeck,Educational Designer, and Laura Day, founding Executive Director of the Institute for Social Impact at The Hockaday School (Dallas, TX).
Note- all participants must have completed some design thinking coursework ahead of this session (not self-taught) such as (but not limited to) CTL’s Introduction to Design Thinking.
When: January 25, 8am-4pm.
Where: Parish Episcopal School, 4101 Sigma Road, Dallas, TX 75244
Our pricing strategies are built on a belief that teacher-leaders working alone are less impactful than a team working together. Therefore, we have incentivized teams to come together to leverage their learning and transform their schools.