Design Challenges

The SFUSD iLab regularly sponsors cross functional team design challenges. These challenges allow students, parents, school staff, district administrator and partners to come together to tackle challenges and arrive at innovative solutions to problems within their communities.


Current Design Challenges

Challenge Date
 Alamo ES // Digital Literacy for EL & SPED Students Fall 2015
 Buena Vista Horace Mann K8 // Community School Practices Fall 2015
Charles Drew ES // Educational Ownership for Students Fall 2015
Downtown HS // Engaging Students & Increasing Attendance Fall 2015
Everett MS // Re-Imagining Lunchtime Fall 2015
Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy // Environments for African American Students to Thrive Fall 2015
James Lick MS // Math Proficiency African American and Latino Students Fall 2015
John Muir ES // Relationships with African American Students Fall 2015
June Jordan School for Equity // One to One Computing Fall 2015
Leonard R. Flynn ES // Supporting Students In Class Ready to Learn Fall 2015
Marshall ES // Inspiring Mastery & Motivation Fall 2015

Recent Design Challenges

Challenge Date
Everett // Personalized Learning Redesign Spring 2015
 Miraloma Elementary School // Preparing for a Changing World Spring 2015
 Bryant Elementary School // Sparks of Motivation Spring 2015
 Paul Revere K-8 School // Personalizing K-8 Experience Spring 2015
 Mission High School // “Flipping the Classroom” Spring 2015
June Jordan School for Equity // Students Driving Community Action Based Learning Spring 2015
Thurgood Marshall High School // Re-imagining Classrooms Fall 2014
 Chinese Immersion School // Creating a Steam Room Fall 2014
 James Denman Middle School // Creating A Makers Lab Fall 2014