“THIS WORLD IS BUT A CANVAS TO OUR IMAGINATION.”
– HENRY DAVID THOREAU
“LOGIC WILL GET YOU FROM A TO B. IMAGINATION WILL TAKE YOU EVERYWHERE.”
– ALBERT EINSTEIN
FROM IMAGINATION TO INNOVATION
Destination Imagination is a leading educational nonprofit dedicated to teaching students the skills needed to succeed in school, their careers and beyond. We develop project-based learning programs that blend STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education with the arts and social entrepreneurship.
Through our programs, students use the creative process to turn their ideas into reality and learn invaluable skills through the process including:
- Creative & Critical Thinking
- Team Building
- Problem Solving
- Risk Taking
- Project Management
Each Challenge is open-ended and enables students to learn and experience the creative process from imagination to innovation while fostering their creativity, courage and curiosity. Academic tournaments take place around the province where teams have the opportunity to present their solutions to trained appraisers.
This program complements the new BC curriculum and assists teachers implement this in the classroom in an interesting and memorable way. Thanks to a significant community gaming grant, DI is able to provide Challenge Program manuals free to all who register.
Don’t Miss Out on This Great Education Opportunity
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Congratulations to all the BC teams attending Global Finals 2017! The teams worked hard on their Challenge solutions and practiced Instant Challenges. We had two 5th place finishes: Do or DI, In It Together, Highland Secondary, Comox and Team Chance, 3-Peat, GP...
Three Cheers for Volunteers! The Destination Imagination team challenge program is only possible due to hundreds of volunteers who manage teams, serve as Challenge Masters, Appraisers, on the Board of Directors, and many other roles throughout the year and especially...
2017 Scholarship Recipients Congratulations to this year’s Destination Imagination British Columbia scholarship recipients. Each of these students will receive $500.00 towards their post-secondary education dreams. Jana Caine – RC Palmer Secondary,...