An Extraordinary Challenge Program for Creative Kids!
The Benefits of DI
Throughout the DI Challenge Experience, students develop:
DI Changes Lives: hear from those involved in this impactful program:
DI Teams may be managed by any adult (ages 18+) who would like to create the next generation of innovative thinkers and leaders.
Team Managers are often teachers, school staff, parents, and/or community volunteers.
The Basic Steps to starting your own DI Team(s)
Assemble a Team
2-7 Students + 1-2 Adult Team Managers
Can be from ANYWHERE! Since teams are meeting virtually, all students do NOT need to be from the same school or community.
You ALSO need to recruit one adult volunteer to serve as an APPRAISER.
Your APPRAISER will attend a training, and volunteer at the Regional Tournament. After they attend training, they should be able to provide some insight on tournament-day to the team!
Select which Team Challenge the team will solve:
Scientific | Technical | Engineering | Fine Arts | Improv | Service Learning
Early Learning / Rising Stars (for grades K-2)
Prepare for the Regional Tournament!
Teams should host weekly meetings (in-person and/or virtual) where they practice Instant Challenges (provided in the Program Materials), participate in team-building / skill-building activities, and work on their solution for their Team Challenge solution.
Other tasks involved in preparing for the Regional Tournament include:
1) Fill out Tournament Data Forms (included in the Team Challenge document)
2) Submit online registration for the Regional Tournament (link below)
NOTE: Regional Tournament Registration opens in the late Fall
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Provide your name and email below if you would like more information on Destination Imagination, and how YOU can get a team started in your school / community.
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