Destination ImagiNation ready for lift off
Do you want to your children to learn the valuable skills of creativity, teamwork and problem-solving in a fun and exciting way? Then check out Destination ImagiNation!
Destination ImagiNation (DI) is a process-based program grounded in sound creative problem solving theory.
Many MMS students have participated in this program for several years, which is spearheaded locally by MMS dad Dr. Ali Shams. On Monday, Oct. 13, an information session for students, parents and volunteers will be held at the Advanced Research Center at the WV Regional Technology Park. This flyer provides details. Destination ImagiNation
DI helps young people build essential skills in creative and critical thinking, teamwork, time management and problem solving. Up to seven participants work together as a team to create their solution to a Team Challenge, which can have a focus that is theatrical, structural, improvisational, scientific or technical. Teams also learn and practice creative quick-thinking skills for the Instant Challenge portion of the program. DI helps young people learn in a fun and supportive environment, and the valuable skills they’ve acquired will be with them for a lifetime.
Team members work together, after school, under the guidance of trained parent or community volunteer team managers. The members work together to brainstorm, develop, and refine their solutions to the complex Team Challenge of their choice, and present their solutions at the WV DI State Competition, March 21, 2015.