Posts by Claire Gilbert

An apple pie with a slice removed

June 3, 2020 | | Principled Innovation

I’m very excited to announce that this week, we’ve launched our very first podcast, Slice of PI, wherever podcasts are consumed!

Group shot of the OofSI and PI teams

December 30, 2019 | | Learning Futures

It’s hard to believe it’s already the middle of December! Here in our office, we like to take the time to reflect on what we’ve accomplished at the end of the year.

Paper Rubik's cubes hanging from the ceiling

August 9, 2019 | , , , , and | OofSI

Christina Ngo wrote a series of posts about her stint as a design strategist in OofSI. We thought it would be fitting that the Design Initiatives team respond in kind, by writing a post about her stay here and the impact it had on all of us—in ways small and large.

An empty classroom at Coronado High School

May 8, 2019 | | Design

As another school year ends, we’ve taken the time to talk with teachers at Coronado High School about their efforts to increase community involvement and student engagement at their school.

Miami Junior High teacher Rayla Mills in her classroom.

February 14, 2019 | | Design

You never know what will capture a student’s attention and propel them towards certain careers.

Staff members

December 10, 2018 | | Design

Our latest Cross-Staff design session was held last Friday, and two teams (the Communication, Collaboration and Climate (CCC) group and the Onboarding and Organizational Growth (O and OG) group) shared what they’ve discovered over the past few weeks.

October 10, 2018 | | Technology

Seeing kids get excited about technology is a uniquely fun experience. While tablets and smartphones are no longer novelties, the same can’t be said of robots. Specifically, robots driving through globs of paint—simply put, kids love it. (Who wouldn’t?)