Design Interest Group (DIG)
June 13, 2022
Purpose: The primary objective of the Design Interest Group (DIG) is to fulfill the compelling mission of supporting art and design educators, teaching artists, and other leaders as they learn how to teach, integrate, and facilitate design education within PreK-12. Our collective goal is to guide learners of all ages in the human-centered, transformative power of Design Thinking and Learning (adapted from NDTI, 1998).
An inventive process that can be applied across all subject areas:
- Problems are identified by way of learner-driven discovery
- Creative problem-solving capacities are practiced and developed
- Ideas are explored, investigated, and sorted
- Solutions are proposed, produced, and presented
- Learning process is assessed aimed at improving future learning
- Learning outcomes are evaluated and clarified via feedback
It is our vision to facilitate ongoing interactions between the DIG community and NAEA members. Areas of focus include the development of design education content, facilitation of the design thinking and learning process, the framing of design-based learning lesson plans and curriculum, and insights into growing design education advocacy and professional development opportunities. With a solid foundation in hand, we continue to build partnerships with professional design-based organizations, universities, and schools.
SummerStudio & Studio Challenge
Learn more about the 2022 SummerStudio and year-long Studio Challenge here.
Become an Member of DIG
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DIG Chair (2021-2023)
- Email Cindy Todd
- Email Deborah Moore