I-Think is a non-profit organization that builds future-ready problem solvers, who tackle messy, complex real-world challenges with tenacity, optimism and confidence.
                 

                We work with educators, school leaders and non-profit organizations to solve the challenges they face while ensuring that the next generation are building problem solving skills.

                WE’RE TRANSFORMING STUDENTS THROUGH REAL-WORLD PROBLEM SOLVING

                The challenges people face every day - in their educational, professional personal and social lives - are tackled using critical thinking, collaboration and creativity. These skills can be developed faster when students engage in solving real-world problems.

                WE WANT EVERY STUDENT TO BE TENACIOUS, OPTIMISTIC, AND CONFIDENT PROBLEM SOLVERS

                Students are capable of providing useful insights to real-world problems, they become agents of change when the problems they solve are grounded in reality. 

                To date, we have created learning experiences for:

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                2200+

                TEACHERS

                To transform their practice by making real world problem solving core to students’ learning

                950+

                SCHOOL LEADERS

                To activate shifts in culture that galvanize the school community

                30+

                PARTNERS

                To build pathways for students to tackle real world problems that they care about

                 

                IMPACT THAT LASTS

                Embedding real-world problem solving into the classroom empowers educators and communities to deliver lasting impact with a process they can use year after year. We’re building a mechanism for changing the education system that has benefits both now and in the future.

                Join us to bring real-world problem solving to classrooms everywhere

                 
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