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Mon, 09/28/2015

We're seeking a few good architects, engineers, designers, inventors, and innovators to help 6th-12th grade students as they learn to solve problems creatively with DT Philly 3.0!  Learn more here.

Fri, 09/04/2015

In an editorial yesterday, Labor Secretary Thomas Perez and Education Secretary Arne Duncan urged schools, government, and businesses to embrace learning models that prepare students for...

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Fri, 08/07/2015

How will you change your world?  DT Philly is now accepting applications for school teams!  Don't miss the fun...high school, middle school, and elementary school registration is open at: 
http://compete360....

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Thu, 07/02/2015

The Celebrity Bowling Classic returns on Sunday, August 2, at South Bowl, Philly's newest bowling and party venue!   Former Phillies slugger Greg Luzinski--pictured here with one of our DT Philly teams--will be there to support Garry's and Drew's charity fundraiser.  For more information, visit...

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Fri, 06/05/2015

A big thank you to all of the teachers who responded to our survey on collaboration.  Here we are organizing our findings!  

Sat, 05/23/2015

Interested in greening your schoolyard?  Shifting Gardens is a build-it-yourself planter garden developed as a master's degree project by our newest Compete 360 team member, Lauren Georgian,  Visit shiftingardens,com for options, detailed plans,...

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Tue, 05/19/2015

Two of the great teachers who participated in DT Philly this year were recently honored with Lindback Awards for distinguished teaching.  Congratulations to Stacie Johnson of the Promise Academy at MLK High School and Denise Magasich of Kensington International Business, Finance and...

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Tue, 04/14/2015

Principals at two of our school partners were honored today with the Lindback Foundation's distinguished principal award!  Congratulations to Robin Cooper of William C. Longstreth School and William Wade of the Promise Academy at Martin Luther King High School.  Read more at The Notebook...

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Thu, 04/09/2015

Our student design teams appreciated the thoughtful questions and feedback from the great team of judges who took time from their busy schedules to attend the middle school DT Philly Challenge presentations.  Many thanks to Debora Borges-Carrera, Doug Carney, Margaret Carney, and Brian Smith for...

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Fri, 03/20/2015

Many thanks to the following individuals for serving as judges for yesterday's DT Philly Challenge (High School Division):  Glenn Bryan, Jon Coddington, Gary Jastrzab, Beth Miller, and  Isaac Southard.  We're delighted that such a great panel of academicians, architects, planners, and business...

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DT Philly Updates

Thu, 11/17/2016

We at Compete 360 love it when our DT Philly teams check out the work their fellow student designers are doing at schools across the city and share their thoughts, comments, and questions.  It's a great way to learn, to be inspired, and to support one another.  We'd like to give a big shout out to the Bartram Wellness Warriors for their thoughtful and encouraging messages to so many of their...

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Tue, 11/15/2016

Watch out for the KCAPA Smartinis, who have earned the high school division’s “Team of the Month” honors!  This group of 9th, 10th, and 11th graders at Kensington Creative and Performing Arts High School is exploring the problem of bullying in their school.  The team noticed that cyberbullying on social media is contributing to an increase in physical fights in their school this year.  The...

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Thu, 11/10/2016

The Disston Dreamers, a design team of six students, is moving full steam ahead on their DT Philly project and earned "Team of the Month" honors for their timely and thoughtful work!  These enthusiastic 6th graders are tackling the problem of book bag storage in their classrooms.  At Hamilton Disston School, a K-8 school in the Tacony section of Philadelphia, the students must carry their book...

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Sat, 11/05/2016

Our high school teams are off and running with their 2016-17 projects!  Newcomers John Bartram and Murrell Dobbins High Schools join returning participants Thomas A. Edison, Kensington, Kensington CAPA, Martin Luther King, Jr., Abraham Lincoln, Jules E. Mastbaum, and Strawberry Mansion High Schools.  Many of the teams took advantage of the opportunity to start learning about design thinking...

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Thu, 10/13/2016

We're excited to welcome a great group of new and returning teachers to this year's 6th-8th grade division of DT Philly.  Our 2016-17 design teams hail from Chester A. Arthur School, Hamilton Disston School, Feltonville School of Arts and Sciences, William C. Longstreth School, S. Weir Mitchell School, Shawmont School, William T. Tilden Middle School, and Grover Washington, Jr. Middle School...

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Tue, 09/06/2016

While the Advanced 5 design team at Grover Washington, Jr. Middle School was busy last spring bringing their DT Philly project to life by painting walls in teachers' rooms to improve the environment for students and staff, their teacher and a volunteer from City Year were hard at work on their own project:  creating a dedicated work space where groups like the design team can meet and be...

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Mon, 07/25/2016

Last fall, a team of 7th graders at Tilden Middle School in Southwest Philadelphia pondered a challenge that affected them as individuals and that impacted their school climate:  “How might we reduce fighting in our classrooms and school in order to promote a more peaceful environment and give bullies or students in need a positive outlet?”  The solution the Tilden Design Team presented at the...

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Wed, 06/22/2016

One day after graduation, and one day before the school year ended, the three senior members of the Mastbaum Panther design team cut the ribbon on their DT Philly project and gift to the school...the Panther Store!  Going forward, students will have no excuse to be out of uniform or without basic school supplies, and they'll be able to pick these items up at a great price in a beautiful room...

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