August 8, 2022
Howard University
Howard University Architecture Students Collaborate with Temple X Schools on Toy Project for Preschool and Elementary School Children

Howard University first-year architecture students collaborated with Temple X Schools on a class project for ARCH 208: Design Thinking + Making. Incorporated into course curriculum by course coordinator and architecture lecturer Martin Paddack, the project “Learning Through Experimentation and Exploration: The Concept Toy/Tool” involved students designing and building conceptual toys or tools for preschool and elementary school students. Architecture adjunct lecturers Robert Klosowski and Jahlik Parkes assisted in leading the class of 44 students and bringing the educational and philanthropical project to fruition.

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