You’re navigating schedule changes, modifications for distance learning, maintaining lunch programs and other necessary aid for your students, plus a slew of new needs no one could have anticipated.
Have you forgotten about project-based learning? Personalized learning? Meeting students’ social-emotional requirements?
Parents have high expectations for their children.
Destination Imagination (DI) provides experiential, project-based learning in a competitive environment, that helps kids with:
STEAM-based challenges that students solve in teams.
Kids blossom developing ideas that build on what they learn in school
Each student has a voice and space to develop unique abilities and talents.
Team members make all the decisions and even manage the budget.
We love to see kids thrive, and we can help you engage kids and your parent community.
DI is an international problem-solving competition for students of all ages. Our student-led STEAM-based challenges reinforce core SEL competencies—social awareness, relationship skills, responsible decision making, self-awareness, and self-management.
These projects can be incorporated into distance learning and offer an inclusive learning environment where all students feel welcomed and valued.
Founded 20 years ago
Annually, 100,000+ children compete from all around the world
More than 1 million alumni use their skills in their work today
Create your teams
Purchase your school or district’s Team Numbers. Up to 7 kids per team, coached by one or two adult Team Managers.
Support the Kids
Support the kids as they tackle their Team Challenge. Check out the Team Manager resources and training.
Compete and put the team’s creativity to the test. Teams compete regionally, state- or province-wide, then internationally at Global Finals.
DI is an affordable, accessible program to support your mission to inspire and awaken your learners’ passion, creativity, and intellect. Start a DI team this school year and bring social-emotional learning inside and outside of the classroom.
We are offering free online info sessions through September for superintendents, educators, school principals and administrators, after-school providers, and parents who would like to learn more about Destination Imagination. Click here to RSVP for an upcoming webinar.
Or contact our office at [email protected].
As more schools are putting an emphasis on SEL, are you ready?
Download this handout to learn 4 ways you can integrate social-emotional learning in your classroom with activities you might already use.