Design Thinking

Students Present and Win 'Real World' Award at State Capitol

As part of the "Project Citizen" showcase, fourth and fifth grade students presented at the state capitol Thursday.  The Civic Canopy sponsored the event and hosted elementary, middle, and high schools from around the state.  The Indian Peaks team gave a 12-minute presentation on the partnership to renovate Affolter Park's playground.  They shared highlights from the year and a half long design project; including, prototype mockups, models, stakeholder survey data, community meeting outcomes, processes of city government, and reflections of the process.  A

Will You Take the Challenge?

Will You Take the Challenge? 

Will You Take the Challenge?

Marble Runs Encourage Iteration and Testing

2nd grade students had quite the introduction to their Balance and Motion unit!

Dash and Dot come to iPeaks!

New robots have made their way into the Indian Peaks family!

2nd Annual STEM Family Design Night

The Indian Peaks STEM team collaborated to create this year’s design challenge. After considering different ideas about how we could improve various spaces at our school, we agreed that the Lost and Found was in need of improvement. That led us to create a design challenge around the question, “How might we improve our Lost and Found so that we can find objects quickly and easily?”