Download our social-emotional learning (SEL) handout to learn about four practical ways you can integrate SEL into your curriculum—no matter what the physical learning landscape looks like.
With a school year in flux, it’s easy for specific educational objectives like social-emotional learning (SEL) to fall by the wayside. Classroom activities that incorporate SEL can:
Improve collaboration and critical thinking skills
Teach coping and self-regulation skills
Create a sense of community
Teach time management and organizational skills
Destination Imagination (DI) is an international creative problem-solving competition for kids and teens that focuses on STEAM and social-emotional learning. DI participants learn the four Cs: creativity, communication, collaboration and critical thinking. The world is changing fast, and the challenges kids will face in the future will be much different from those we faced growing up. We don’t know what the future holds. But we do know—no matter what—these skills will be essential to their success.
We invite you to LEARN MORE about who we are, what we do, and the impact we have.
SEE DI IN ACTION
Each year, more than 150,000 students across the world participate in the Destination Imagination Challenge Experience. Hear firsthand from parents about our program’s impact on their kids’ lives.