DSX is an invitation to design radically and build creative courage for equity in education. In collaboration with educators and students, we explore + experiment with the infinite opportunities within communities to bring out the best in you and your organization. Through the courageous practices of liberatory design thinking and the building crafts, the Equity Designer/Maker emerges.
DSX catalyzes the creative courage in adults and youth utilizing liberatory design thinking to build creative and equitable learning cultures that liberate our humanity, purpose and inextricable burn to learn.
Coaching, Consulting, Catalytic experiences to liberate the equity designer in all youth and adults
We leverage these resources when we co-design with our communities:
--Corrina Hui’s Stance on Math X Social Justice X Design: How Corrina Hui’s experience in education has informed her stance at the intersection of math, social justice, and design.
--Liberatory Design Thinking: A complexity-centered approach to design for equity created from a collaboration with the National Equity Project, Stanford’s K12 Lab at the d.school and DSX founder, David Clifford
--Dimensions of Belonging toward Becoming: adapted from the work of john a powell by David Clifford, Ariel Raz Susie Wise while at the K12Lab @Stanford.
--Maker Mindset with Craftsmanship: A resource developed by DSX founder, David Clifford, with former students and teachers.
--DSX Values: Our founding values co-created and defined by students, families, educators, designers and equity practitioners. We use these do help us design board meetings, professional development + our habits.