WhatisDesign? TeacherResourcePacket   TargetDesignK-12
DearEducator,ThankyouforregisteringforprogramTargetDesignK-12:DesignintheClassroom.ThisexcitingprogrambringsSmithsonianCoo...
TableofContentsPreparingfortheWorkshop………………………………………………………………..1DesignThinkingConnections………………………………………………………………2Afterth...
PreparingfortheWorkshopWearelookingforwardtocomingtoyourclassroomtointroducetheworkshopandengageyourstudents.Thereareafewt...
DesignThinkingConnectionsDesignthinkingcansupportwhatyouarealreadydoingintheclassroom.InadditiontoERClessonmodelsofK-12cro...
WhatisDesign?WorkshopVocabulary   DesignChallenge    Adifficulty orchallengethatcanbesolvedthroughdesign.                 ...
AftertheWorkshopNowthatyouhaveexperiencedtheworkshopwithyourstudents,werecommend                   youcontinuetoexploredes...
Recommendation2:Exploringdesign-basedlessonsLookingtoextenddesignlearninginyourclass?ExploreourfreeERC.Onpagesfourandfivey...
Theselessonplanswereselectedasexamplesofhowyoucanmake cross-       curricularconnectionstodesignacrossgradelevels.        ...
6–8                                                 9–12RedesignMyStreet                                 ViewingDevice:New...
AppendixA:OXOpeelerbackgroundOXO(pronounced            Ox-O,noto-x-o)isdedicatedtoprovidinginnovativeconsumerproductsthatm...
Santroprene,          aneoprenesyntheticelastomermaterialwithaslightsurfacefriction.Thematerialissoftenoughtosqueeze,firme...
ThefollowingphotographisincludedintheWhatisDesign?workshopandnicelyillustratesthenumerous3Dmodelsthatwereproducedasprototy...
AppendixB                          0                       Smithsonian            Cooper-Hewitt,NationalDesignMuseum      ...
Ready,Set,Design                          isaquickgroupactivity.Itusessimple,inexpensivematerialsandisaneffectivetoolforpr...
Prep1Stuffonelunchbagforeachteam.(Youlldivideyourgroupintoteamsof2-4).Eachbagshouldcontaintwoorthreefasteneritems,twoorthr...
3Putonechallengecardineachbag.Dontworryaboutmatching               materialswithchallenges--rememberthatyouwantyourteamsto...
*remindtheteamsthatthe                                   prototypeisntmeanttobe                                   aperfect...
BibliographyJeavans,Christine."Adesignfor(long)life."BBC,January14,2005.AccessedJune5,      2012.http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/h...
Foradditionalinformationpleasevisitourwebsitehttp://www.cooperhewitt.org/education/designk12            Orcontactusatchtou...
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  1. 1. WhatisDesign? TeacherResourcePacket TargetDesignK-12
  2. 2. DearEducator,ThankyouforregisteringforprogramTargetDesignK-12:DesignintheClassroom.ThisexcitingprogrambringsSmithsonianCooper-Hewitt,NationalDesignMuseum’scompellingimpactsofdesignondailylifetoyourclassroom!ThisTeacherResourcePacketisaboutWhatisDesign?,an introductoryworkshopintendedforallaudiences,includingthosewhoarenewtodesignthinking.What is Design?,a45-minuteworkshop,is facilitatedby a DesignEducator inyourclassroom.Uponcompletion oftheworkshop,studentswillhaveabasicunderstandingofdesignandwillhavesolvedachallengethroughprototyping.Tohelpyouandthestudentspreparefortheworkshop,pleasereadpageonecarefully.Thispacketalsoprovidesseveralresourcesonhowtocontinueintegratingdesignthinkingconnectionsintoyourclassroomcurriculumaftertheworkshop, includingrecommendedactivitiesandselectedkeylessonplansfromCooper-Hewitt’sEducator ResourceCenter (ERC).ERC hasover400freestandards-basedK-12design-focusedlessonplanswrittenprimarilybyclassroomteachersfromaroundthecountry.Weenjoyreceivingfeedback fromteachersabouttheirexperiencewiththeworkshop.Within amonthofyourworkshopyouwillbeemailedabriefsurvey.ThankyouinadvancefortakingtimetoprovideyourfeedbacksothatwecancontinuetoofferahighqualityprogramforNewYorkCity’sK-12schools.Sincerely,KimberlyCisneros JessicaNuñezSchool&ToursManager EducationAssistant
  3. 3. TableofContentsPreparingfortheWorkshop………………………………………………………………..1DesignThinkingConnections………………………………………………………………2AftertheWorkshop…………………………………………………………………………..4 AppendixA:OXOpeelerbackground.………………………………………….8 AppendixB:Ready,Set,Design!.……………………………………………….11Bibliography…………………………………………………………………………………16
  4. 4. PreparingfortheWorkshopWearelookingforwardtocomingtoyourclassroomtointroducetheworkshopandengageyourstudents.Thereareafewthingswerecommendthatyoudopriortoourarrival.TakeanactiveroleTheDesignEducatorwillsendaconfirmation/introductionemailpriortotheprogram.Pleaserespondandprovideanyadditionalinformationaboutyourstudents(e.g.learningneedsandmodifications)sowecanensureasuccessfulexperienceforallparticipants. Theprogramis forty-fiveminutesandtheDesignEducatorwillneedyoursupporthelpingstudentsstay ontask.YoumustremainintheclassroomatalltimeswiththeDesignEducator.PreparetheclassroomPleasehavethecomputerandprojectorreadyfortheDesignEducatortoshowhis/herPowerPointpresentationonaUSBdrive.Beforetheprogrambegins,putyourstudentsingroupsandadjusttheclassroomsotheyareseatedtoimmediately begingroupwork.Kindergartenandfirstgradestudentswillworkinpairs.Allotherstudentswillworkingroups ofthreeor four.PrepareyourstudentsTellthestudentsthataDesignEducatoriscomingfromSmithsonianCooper-Hewitt,NationalDesignMuseumtodoahands-onprogramaboutdesign.Studentswillbeencouragedtosharetheirideas,althoughduetotimelimitationsitisnotalwayspossible. Ifthisisthecase,pleaseassurestudentsthattheycansharewithyouafterthevisit.WatchaVideoThroughoutthispacket therearerecommendedvideos.AllvideosarepartoftheWhatisDesign?VideoPlaylistfoundathttp://www.cooperhewitt.org/learning/designk12/videos. RecommendedVideo:IntroductiontoProgram Page|1
  5. 5. DesignThinkingConnectionsDesignthinkingcansupportwhatyouarealreadydoingintheclassroom.InadditiontoERClessonmodelsofK-12cross-curricularconnectionstodesignacrossgradelevels,designthinkingcanbefoundinthenation’scurrentintegrationof CommonCoreStandardsandemphasisonS.T.E.A.M.subjects.CommonCoreStandardsfocusonthe21stcenturyskillsthatallowstudentstobesuccessfulinschoolandcareerreadiness.Thesecanbefoundbyvisitinghttp://www.corestandards.org/about-the-standards.Ourprogramincludesmanyof thesamehighorderskills: Usingpersonalexperienceandknowledgetobeginunderstandingthepurposeand functionofdesignedsolutionstoeverydaychallenges Collaborativeproblemsolvingwithteamstothinkcriticallyaboutsolutions VisualizingsolutionsthroughprototypingS.T.E.A.M(Science,Technology,Engineering,Art,Mathematics)arekeysubjectsselectedtohelpstudentspreparedforfuturecareers.HereareexamplesofhowdesignersinvariousdisciplinesmightusetheS.T.E.A.M.subjects: ProductDesignersusetheirunderstandingofengineeringandmathematicstomake themillionsofobjectsweuseeveryday,fromyourtoothbrushtoyourclassroom furniture. LandscapeArchitectsincorporatetheirunderstandingofscienceandarttocreate beautifulandengagingenvironmentsinwhichpeoplelive,work,andplay. GraphicDesignerscombinetechnologyandarttocommunicateideasthrough imagesandtext.Recommendedvideos: WhatisDesign? HowandWhyThingsWork LearningbyDesign Page|2
  6. 6. WhatisDesign?WorkshopVocabulary DesignChallenge Adifficulty orchallengethatcanbesolvedthroughdesign. Tomakesomethingforsomeonewhoneedstosolvea Design problem. Apersonwhodesigns;onewhocreatesanewobject,idea,or plan. Designer DesignProcess Thestepsyoutaketosolveyourchallenge. DesignSolution Theway,idea,oranswertoadesignchallenge/problem. Form Theshapeandstructure ofanobject. Thewaysomethingworks. Function e.g.,thefunctionofapaperclipistofastenthingstogether. Theitemsyouareusingtorepresentyourideas. Materials e.g.,foilpaperrepresentsmetal Whattheusermusthaveinordertousethedesign Needs successfully. Prototype Anoriginalmodelonwhichsomethingispatterned. Team Agroupworkingtogetheronacommongoaloractivity. Theway,idea,oranswertoaproblem.Therecanbemore Solution thanonesolution. User Apersonwhooperatesorexperiencesthedesign. Page|3
  7. 7. AftertheWorkshopNowthatyouhaveexperiencedtheworkshopwithyourstudents,werecommend youcontinuetoexploredesignthinkingintheclassroom.Hereareafewrecommendationstohelpgetyoustarted:Recommendation1:DesignanotherprototypeusingthesamechallengeNowthatyou’veexperiencedtheworkshop andhavehadaneducatormodelhowtofacilitatethedesignprocess,youcandoitagain.TheDesignEducatorwilllikelyhavetwotothreeteamssharetheirprototypesduringtheworkshop.Haveeachteamkeeptheirprototypeandwritedowntheirchallenge. SeeAppendix Atoreviewworkshopmaterialsandchallengequestions.Atalatertime,giveeachgroupanopportunitytosharetheirprototypeswiththeclasstoaskfollow-upquestionsandprovidefeedback.TeacherPrompt: Whatwasyourchallenge? Whoisyouruserandhowdoesyourprototypework? Whatdoyourmaterialsrepresent(e.g.,doesfoil=metalorwater)?Eachteamwilltakethefeedbackanddesignasecondprototypetoimprovetheirdesignsolution.Providean opportunityfortheteamstoshareagain.Follow-upprompts: Whatfeedbackdidyouincorporateintoyournewdesign? Howwasdoingasecondprototypedifferent? Howdothetwocompare? Recommended Video:Cooper-HewittVisitsSmartDesign SeeAppendixA:OXOpeelerbackground Page|4
  8. 8. Recommendation2:Exploringdesign-basedlessonsLookingtoextenddesignlearninginyourclass?ExploreourfreeERC.OnpagesfourandfiveyouwillfindrecommendedlessonplansfromtheERCwebsitehttp://dx.cooperhewitt.org/resources/.Theseinterdisciplinary,design-focusedlessonplansfocusedonproject-basedlearning,criticalthinkingskills,andproblemsolving.Youcansearchforlessonplansbysubjectarea,gradelevel,or category.Tocreateanaccount,gotohttp://dx.cooperhewitt.org/resources/.Click“Registerhere”inthetoprightcorner.Enteryourinformationand thenclick“Save.”Onceregistered,you’ll find: Videosoftalksandworkshopsfromtopdesignthinkers Onlinediscussionboardwithfelloweducators Design-focusedactivities,printouts,appsvideos,books,andarticlesRecommendation3:DesignaPrototypeusingyourCurriculumThistimeyoucandesignachallengequestionsbasedonyourcurriculumwhichwillgivestudentsanopportunitytocontinuetobuildontheirunderstandingofthedesignprocess.Youmayprovidethechallengeoraskthestudentstocomeupwiththeirown.Keepinmindthattheyarethinkingofproblemsthathave designsolutions.Tipsonposingachallenge: Itisimportantthatthechallengeisopen-endedtoencouragedifferentinterpretationsand creative thinking.Apoorly-wordedchallengemightreadsomethinglike,“Designawater bottle.”Effectivewordingwouldbe,“Designawaytotransportwateronthego.”Weencourage youtoshareyourlessonplanontheERCwebsite. Logonandthengoto“createalessonplan.” RecommendedVideo:Ready,Set,Design! SeeAppendixB:Ready,Set,Design! Page|5
  9. 9. Theselessonplanswereselectedasexamplesofhowyoucanmake cross- curricularconnectionstodesignacrossgradelevels. Kindergarten&Grade1 2–5 LeSchoolSacHelp!Help!ICan’tGetDown! StudentswilllookathowtheirbagsaredesignedtoStudentswillengageinactiveproblemsolvingas assesshowtoimprovethemtobetterfittheiruseandtheycreateawaytotransportastuffedanimal needs.fromahighplacetoalowplaceusingonlymaterialsprovidedorfoundwithintheir classroom. OnTheGo!ForcesandMotionWhatShouldaPlaygroundLookLike? Throughtheprocessof designingacarthattravelsthe fastestandthefarthest,studentswillinvestigatetypes ofStudentswilleachdesignaplaygroundthatwill motion,forces,gravity,friction,andincline.reflecttheirinterestsandallowforopportunitiestoshare,taketurns,listen,andtalk. SummerVeggiesAllYear Studentswill designgrowingsystemstoprovideMyOwlBabiesMissMomma warmthandnutrientstosummervegetablesinorderThislessonwillengagestudentsinthestepsof forthemtogrowyearround.thedesignprocessastheybuildhomesforowlbabies. CreateAWordBank ThislessonchallengesstudentstodesignausefulMeasuringRainfall wordbank.Studentswilldesignanobjecttomeasurerainfall. JudgingABookByItsCover Usingapieceofcreativewritingasinspiration, studentswilldesignandproduceabookthatreflects oneofthepiece’sthemes. DetractingDistraction Studentswillidentifyaclassroomproblemandfigure outfeasiblesolutions. TotallyCoolToys Studentswillimaginetheyhave beenhiredasa designeratthe“TotallyCoolToyCompany”andwill designatoyusingavarietyofmaterials. Page|6
  10. 10. 6–8 9–12RedesignMyStreet ViewingDevice:NewPerspectiveStudentswillexploretheproblemsofpedestrian Thelessonconsistsofadesignchallengetocreateasafetyandredesignastreetand/orintersection. simpledevicethatwillallowtheusertoseeadifferent perspectiveofthespacearoundthemwithoutmoving.TheEnergyEfficientChemicalHouseStudentswillbechallengedtodesignahouse MicrobiologyDesignChallengethatcaneffectivelyheatandcoolitselfusingonly Studentswillbeaskedtodesignasolutionforobtainingoneheatingsourceandonecoolingsource. cleandrinkingwaterinundevelopedcountries.DesigningAMythicalCreature FlyFlyAwayStudentswillbrainstormalistofnaturalphenomenon Studentswilluseeverydaymaterialstocarefullydesignandwilldesignamythicalcreaturetoexplainoneofth akite.Intheprocessofdesigningtheirkites,studentsephenomenon. willdiscoverhowtheirenvironmentandtheirsupplies will impacttheirdesign.Creating/ImprovingTheInternationalSpaceStation T-ShirtDesignForRealThroughresearch,studentswillidentify Studentswilllearnthebasicelementsandprocedureschallengesthatastronautsexperiencewhile living ofdesignastheyengageintheirproductionofT-shirts.inspaceandwilldevelopinnovativesolutionsforthesedifficulties. ATallShipandaStartoSteerHerBy Thisunitisanintroductiontotransportationsystemsthatwill60-30-10 culminatewiththestudentsdesigningawind-Studentsinvestigatetheconceptofhow poweredwatertransportationdevice.percentagesareusedbydesigners.Studentswilldecoratethesameroomusingthreedifferentpercentagesof colors.Soil,DesigningTheSmallFarmofTheFutureStudentswillusedesignthinkingtoevaluatecurrentchallengesandtodevelopfarmingsolutionsthataresustainableandmoreenvironmentallyfriendlythancurrentofferings. Page|7
  11. 11. AppendixA:OXOpeelerbackgroundOXO(pronounced Ox-O,noto-x-o)isdedicatedtoprovidinginnovativeconsumerproductsthatmakeeveryday livingeasier.Thecompanyadvocatesaccessto well-designedmerchandisedforallusers,regardlessofage,economicstatus,orphysicalhealth.SamFarber,aretiredcookwareentrepreneur,startedOXOInternationalandproducedalineofergonomicallysuperiorkitchenandgardentoolsunderthebrandnameGoodGrips.FarberwasinspiredbyhiswifeBetsy’sinabilitytocookandpreparefoodwithconventionalutensilsbecausetheycausedarthritispain.Herealizedthatthemarketwasnotmeetingthe needsofindividualswithdisabilitiesandthatmanypeoplewouldbenefitfromimprovedcookingutensils.WiththeintroductionofitsiconicSwivelPeeler,OXOchallenged thenotionthatdesignandfunctionaremutuallyexclusive.OXO setanewstandardbycreatingeffective,attractivetoolsthatpeopleofallagesandabilitiescoulduse.DesignProcessThefollowingareobservationsthatpromptedSamFarber’sre-design: Theoriginalpeelerismadeofmetalandpainfultouse. Thehandleisuncomfortabletogrip. Itdoesnotprovideasafegripwhilewet. Thepeelershouldappealtoabroadrangeofpeople.Healsoconsideredthefollowingduringtheprototypingprocess: Thepeelerisanecessityinanykitchen. Improveuponitslimitedusabilityanditsuglymetalform. Peelermustbesafeandcomfortabletouse.DesignChallengeDesignapeelerwithasuitable materialforthehandlethatwouldmakeacomfortableinterfacebetweenthehandandthepeelerandwouldalsoprovidesufficientfrictiontopreventthehandlefromslippinginyourhandwhenitgetswet.ImportanceoftestingprototypewithauserThefinalproductwascreatedaftertestingdozensofprototypes.Severaldifferentiterationsofthepeeler weredevelopedandtestedwiththepublic,includingchefs,cooks,generalkitchenutensilusers,NewYorkarthritisgroups,amongothers.Thetestusers’insightswereimportantassetsindesigningtheGood Grips OXOpeeler.Theresultwastheuseof Page|8
  12. 12. Santroprene, aneoprenesyntheticelastomermaterialwithaslightsurfacefriction.Thematerialissoftenoughtosqueeze,firmenoughtokeepitsoverallshape,andcapableofbeingcleanedinthedishwasher.DesignintheClassroomAfteracloserexaminationoftheOXOpeeler,yourstudentswillbeabletoseethe importanceoftheprototypewithinthedesignprocess.Iterationallowsthedesignertogobeyondonesolutionandexploremanypossibilities.StudentswillonlycreateoneprototypeintheWhatisDesign?workshopandsowillneedtounderstandthatitwouldtakemanymorebeforecomingtoafinaldesign. Page|9
  13. 13. ThefollowingphotographisincludedintheWhatisDesign?workshopandnicelyillustratesthenumerous3DmodelsthatwereproducedasprototypesduringthedesignprocessfortheGoodGripsTeam.TheCooper-HewittvisitsSmartDesignvideoincludesabriefinterviewwiththeGoodGripsTeam.ThedesignersexplainthemanymodelsandvariousdesignideasthatwererevisitedandimprovedupontoreachthefinalOXOpeeler. Page|10
  14. 14. AppendixB 0 Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt,NationalDesignMuseum Page111
  15. 15. Ready,Set,Design isaquickgroupactivity.Itusessimple,inexpensivematerialsandisaneffectivetoolforproblemsolving,creative thinkingandteambuilding.Ready,Set,Designisnotjustfordesignersbutcanbeusedbyanyaudienceasawaytoengageindesignthinking.ObjectiveParticipantsareaskedtosolveanopen-endedproblemwithtimeandmaterialconstraints.Workinginsmallgroups,solutionsaredevelopedquicklyandyieldsurprisingsolutionsthatmaynothavebeenimmediatelyobvious. noglue,tapeorscissorsareallowed. excludingtheseitemsforcesparticipantstouse materialsmorecreatively!Materials*Paperlunchbags*challengecards(canbeaslipofpaperoranindexcard)*Fasteneriteas{forexa.ple,pipecleaners,rubberbands,paperclips,string)*Surfaceitees(torexa.ple,coffeefilters,carboardsquares,balloons,paper)*Structureiteas(forexaaple,straws,tonguedepressors,woodskewers,tinfoill 0 Page112
  16. 16. Prep1Stuffonelunchbagforeachteam.(Youlldivideyourgroupintoteamsof2-4).Eachbagshouldcontaintwoorthreefasteneritems,twoorthreesurfaceitems,andtwoorthreestructureitems. Heresasamplebagwith3rubberbands,2coffeefiltersand2straws: /------- youcangiveeveryteamthesamesetofmaterials, oryoucangiveevery teamdifferentmaterials. bothwillyieldinterestingresults!2Writeachallengeoneachcard.Everyteamintheroomcangetthesamechallenge,oreveryteamcangetadifferentchallenge--itsupto you.Thechallengewilldriveeachteamsconversation.Itsimportantthatthechallengeisopen-endedtoencouragedifferentinterpretationsandcreativethinking.Apoorlywordedchallengemightreadsomethinglike,"Designawaterbottle."Effectivewordingwouldbe,"Designawaytotransportwateronthego." Youcancreateyourownchallengestate.entsbasedonappropriate subjectsforyourgroup,oruseoneofours: Page113
  17. 17. 3Putonechallengecardineachbag.Dontworryaboutmatching materialswithchallenges--rememberthatyouwantyourteamsto usethematerialsinsurprisingandcreativeways!WithYourGroup1Dividethegroupintoteamsof2,3,or4.2 Eachteamgetsoneofthebagsthatyoupreparedearlier.3Beforetheteamsopenthe bags,introducetheactivityandinstructions. Heresthe wayweliketointroduceReady,Set, DesignatCooper-Hewitt: "Workinginsmallteams,every groupwillreceiveapaperbag.In thisbagyou willfindeverydaymaterialsandachallengecard.Thefirstthing youregoingto ·doisreadyour challengecard.Yourteamsjobistofindasolutiontothat challengeusingonlythematerialsinyourbag.Youllhave15minutestocreate aprototype*ofyouridea." prototypeisasmallmodelofyourfinaldesign Page114
  18. 18. *remindtheteamsthatthe prototypeisntmeanttobe aperfectlyrenderedmodel, butaroughphysicalsample thatdemonstrateshowthe ideawillfunction *4 Givethegroup15-20minutestoprototypeasolutionusingonlythematerialsintheirbag.Remindtheteamsthattheycantdesignasolutionthatalreadyexists!5 Whentimeisup,thegroupspresenttheirsolutionstotheotherteams.Askarepresentativeofeachteamtoreadtheirchallengecardaloudandarticulatehowtheirsolutionaddressesthatchallenge .Wanttodiveintothedesignprocessabitfurther?Tryintroducingabrainstormingsessionforabout5-10 in.Thiscangivethegroupmoretimetothinkcreativelybeforetheystartconstructingtheirprototype. Brainstormingguidelinestosharewiththegroup: *Encouragewildideaswithinthegroup.Theskysthelimit! Sometimesitsthewild ideathathelpsformthefinalconcept. *Goforquantity.Themoreideasthe better. *Writedownordraweveryideathegrouphas. *Onepersonspeaksatatime. *Oeferjudgment,Inadditiontoneverstrikingdownan idea,Ifthe groupoverlypraisesonememberfortheiridea,itmightlimitthe possibilityofmoreideasbeingexpressed.ThisactivityisbasedonInnaAlesinas"InventomaniaChallenge.·InnateachesdesignatMarylandInstituteCollegeofArt.Formoreactivitiesandideasindesignthinking,visitcooperhewitt.org/education 0 Page115
  19. 19. BibliographyJeavans,Christine."Adesignfor(long)life."BBC,January14,2005.AccessedJune5, 2012.http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/4079345.stmOXO.“WhatisSantoprene?”(n.d)AccessedJune5,2012.http://www.oxo.com/faq.aspxRaven,SusanRichelle.“GuidelinesforDesigningKitchenAppliancesfortheElderly.”Master’s Thesis,AuburnUniversity,2006.AccessedJune5,2012. http://etd.auburn.edu/etd/bitstream/handle/10415/265/RAVEN_SUSAN_15.pdfŞen,Alper.“ApplicationofGroundedTheoryforConceptAnalysisinNewProduct DevelopmentProcess.”Master’sThesis,İzmirInstituteofTechnology,2006:38-70. Page|16
  20. 20. Foradditionalinformationpleasevisitourwebsitehttp://www.cooperhewitt.org/education/designk12 Orcontactusatchtours2@si.edu

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