Real world problems to tackle, fail & try again.

Learning how to make something that works.

Understanding the course

Design Thinking  Ninja

Developed at the Stanford Design of School, the Design Thinking process challenges students to combine empathy, ingenuity and rationality to create successful solutions & encourages thinking outside the box.

With the rapid advent of new technologies & many more yet to come, the future remains uncharted. So how can we best prepare our children for the unknown future?

Design Thinking is a powerful tool to develop a “Maker’s Mindset to teach children strategies to solve problems. It’s important that children are exposed to such concepts early in life .

  • Creative confidence to respond to new challenges.
  • Ability to embrace failure, risk-taking & develop persistence.
  • Ability to identify & define problems to actionable solutions in innovative ways.
  • Ability to learn, unlearn & relearn & “nothing is too big to solve” attitude.
  • Understanding the value of collaboration & feedback.

Ask a child to design a car, they might come up with the coolest car designs that ever existed, but what if we ask the child to design a way to transport people from one place to another? Their solutions could be unlimited.

When the child starts thinking about solutions to the actual problem rather than redesigning an existing solution – it’s innovation at its best and hence very powerful.

 

Creativity is a tricky thing to inspire. And creativity linked with empathy & innovation is very powerful, yet delicate.

The sessions have been designed such that children are directed towards real life problems & challenges & focusing on solving the issues & come up with smart solutions.

Schools have begun to use the Design Thinking ideologies to increase student engagement and achievement because students can see the relevance of educational content and take ownership of their learning.

Design Thinking teaches an approach and a process that students can apply to whatever pursuits they may choose.

Our expert coaches cultivate a creative mindset to develop rigorous and relevant programs to encourage students to become process experts instead of subject experts.

Students are guided across grade levels to develop critical, collaborative & creative thinking skills to approach complex problems rather than content-based education.

Design Thinking is a practical tool for integrating 21st century skills and an innovator’s mindset into the classroom. It demonstrates the direct connection between content students learn in class and what the world beyond their school will ask of them. Students are inspired and they take an active role in their own learning.

Design Thinking is for all ages. Schools have begun to use the Design Thinking ideologies to increase student engagement and achievement because students can see the relevance of educational content and take ownership of their learning. A process that students can apply to whatever pursuits they may choose.

Understanding the course

Design Thinking  Ninja

Developed at the Stanford Design of School, the Design Thinking process challenges students to combine empathy, ingenuity and rationality to create successful solutions & encourages thinking outside the box.

With the rapid advent of new technologies & many more yet to come, the future remains uncharted. So how can we best prepare our children for the unknown future?

Design Thinking is a powerful tool to develop a “Maker’s Mindset to teach children strategies to solve problems. It’s important that children are exposed to such concepts early in life .

  • Creative confidence to respond to new challenges.
  • Ability to embrace failure, risk-taking & develop persistence.
  • Ability to identify & define problems to actionable solutions in innovative ways.
  • Ability to learn, unlearn & relearn & “nothing is too big to solve” attitude.
  • Understanding the value of collaboration & feedback.

Ask a child to design a car, they might come up with the coolest car designs that ever existed, but what if we ask the child to design a way to transport people from one place to another? Their solutions could be unlimited.

When the child starts thinking about solutions to the actual problem rather than redesigning an existing solution – it’s innovation at its best and hence very powerful.

 

Creativity is a tricky thing to inspire. And creativity linked with empathy & innovation is very powerful, yet delicate.

The sessions have been designed such that children are directed towards real life problems & challenges & focusing on solving the issues & come up with smart solutions.

Schools have begun to use the Design Thinking ideologies to increase student engagement and achievement because students can see the relevance of educational content and take ownership of their learning.

Design Thinking teaches an approach and a process that students can apply to whatever pursuits they may choose.

 Upon successfully completing the CPT, Students would be invited to complete their admission formalities and course fee payment.

Children interested in the Design Thinking program must first enroll for a Common Pre-Test (CPT). Upon completing the test, students would be invited to complete their registration formalities and course fee payment.

The details for admission would be emailed post the CPT assessment along with the fee details and payment link. Payment needs to be done online using our secure payment interface.

We will share the payment acknowledgment email and the lesson plan, session dates, timelines, Etc. along with details on how to join the class.

90% of the fees paid are refundable if requested up to three days before the course’s beginning. No refund after the program has commenced.

CPT | Scholarship | Bursary

Meritorious students with an exceptional academic record in school can apply for the Scholarship. For Kutastha Scholarship, they will be presented with an additional test that will test their analytical skills in addition to the regular CPT.

 

Students belonging to economically weaker families having combined family annual income less than INR 6 Lacs needing financial aid for waiver of course fee can apply for bursaries.

Design Thinking is a practical tool for integrating 21st century skills and an innovator’s mindset into the classroom. It demonstrates the direct connection between content students learn in class and what the world beyond their school will ask of them. Students are inspired and they take an active role in their own learning.

Design Thinking is for all ages. Schools have begun to use the Design Thinking ideologies to increase student engagement and achievement because students can see the relevance of educational content and take ownership of their learning. A process that students can apply to whatever pursuits they may choose.

CPT | Scholarship | Bursary

Fill up the enrollment form on the website and pay the fee to appear in the Common Pre-Test (CPT) for the program. The successful candidates will be informed on the further process of admission over their registered email id.

As soon as you click on the “Enroll for Common Pre-test button” below the enrollment form, you will be redirected to the payments page, where you can proceed with the CPT fee payment as per your convenience.

This enrollment fee is non refundable even if the child does not take the CPT.

The Common Pre-Test is a virtual test conducted online that the student can take from the comfort of their home. Students would require a laptop/PC with an active internet connection for the Pre-test.

The fee for the program is mentioned on the course homepage payable at the time of admission. There are module wise fee distribution payable before the beginning of the course module.

 

The payment process would be intimated through email once the student clears the Common Pre-Test.

 

Meritorious students with an exceptional academic record in school can apply for the Scholarship. For Kutastha Scholarship, they will be presented with an additional test that will test their analytical skills in addition to the regular CPT.

 

Students belonging to economically weaker families having combined family annual income less than INR 6 Lacs needing financial aid for waiver of course fee can apply for bursaries.

Design Thinking is a practical tool for integrating 21st century skills and an innovator’s mindset into the classroom. It demonstrates the direct connection between content students learn in class and what the world beyond their school will ask of them. Students are inspired and they take an active role in their own learning.

Design Thinking is for all ages. Schools have begun to use the Design Thinking ideologies to increase student engagement and achievement because students can see the relevance of educational content and take ownership of their learning. A process that students can apply to whatever pursuits they may choose.

Developed at the Stanford Design of School, the Design Thinking process challenges students to combine empathy, ingenuity and rationality to create successful solutions & encourages thinking outside the box.

With the rapid advent of new technologies & many more yet to come, the future remains uncharted. So how can we best prepare our children for the unknown future?
Design Thinking is a powerful tool to develop a “Maker’s Mindset to teach children strategies to solve problems. Children must be exposed to such concepts early in life.

  • Creative confidence to respond to new challenges.
  • Ability to embrace failure, risk-taking & develop persistence.
  • Ability to identify & define problems into actionable solutions in innovative ways.
  • Ability to learn, unlearn & relearn & “nothing is too big to solve” attitude.
  • Understanding the value of collaboration & feedback.

Ask a child to design a car; they might come up with the coolest car designs that ever existed, but what if we ask the child to devise a way to transport people from one place to another? Their solutions could be unlimited.

When the child starts thinking about solutions to the actual problem rather than redesigning an existing solution – it’s innovation at its best and hence very powerful.

Creativity is a tricky thing to inspire. And imagination linked with empathy & innovation is compelling yet delicate.

The sessions have been designed to focus on real-life problems & challenges & concentrate on solving the issues & come up with smart solutions.

Schools have begun to use the Design Thinking ideologies to increase student engagement and achievement because students can see educational content’s relevance and take ownership of their learning.

Design Thinking teaches an approach and a process that students can apply to whatever pursuits they may choose.

Design Thinking is a practical tool for integrating 21st century skills and an innovator’s mindset into the classroom. It demonstrates the direct connection between content students learn in class and what the world beyond their school will ask of them. Students are inspired and they take an active role in their own learning.

Design Thinking is for all ages. Schools have begun to use the Design Thinking ideologies to increase student engagement and achievement because students can see the relevance of educational content and take ownership of their learning. A process that students can apply to whatever pursuits they may choose.

Merging creativity with logic

Scholarship and Bursary

Developed at the Stanford Design of School, the Design Thinking process challenges students to combine empathy, ingenuity and rationality to create successful solutions & encourages thinking outside the box.

With the rapid advent of new technologies & many more yet to come, the future remains uncharted. So how can we best prepare our children for the unknown future?
Design Thinking is a powerful tool to develop a “Maker’s Mindset to teach children strategies to solve problems. Children must be exposed to such concepts early in life.

  • Creative confidence to respond to new challenges.
  • Ability to embrace failure, risk-taking & develop persistence.
  • Ability to identify & define problems into actionable solutions in innovative ways.
  • Ability to learn, unlearn & relearn & “nothing is too big to solve” attitude.
  • Understanding the value of collaboration & feedback.

Ask a child to design a car; they might come up with the coolest car designs that ever existed, but what if we ask the child to devise a way to transport people from one place to another? Their solutions could be unlimited.

When the child starts thinking about solutions to the actual problem rather than redesigning an existing solution – it’s innovation at its best and hence very powerful.

Creativity is a tricky thing to inspire. And imagination linked with empathy & innovation is compelling yet delicate.

The sessions have been designed to focus on real-life problems & challenges & concentrate on solving the issues & come up with smart solutions.

Schools have begun to use the Design Thinking ideologies to increase student engagement and achievement because students can see educational content’s relevance and take ownership of their learning.

Design Thinking teaches an approach and a process that students can apply to whatever pursuits they may choose.

Developed at the Stanford Design of School, the Design Thinking process challenges students to combine empathy, ingenuity and rationality to create successful solutions & encourages thinking outside the box.

With the rapid advent of new technologies & many more yet to come, the future remains uncharted. So how can we best prepare our children for the unknown future?
Design Thinking is a powerful tool to develop a “Maker’s Mindset to teach children strategies to solve problems. Children must be exposed to such concepts early in life.

  • Creative confidence to respond to new challenges.
  • Ability to embrace failure, risk-taking & develop persistence.
  • Ability to identify & define problems into actionable solutions in innovative ways.
  • Ability to learn, unlearn & relearn & “nothing is too big to solve” attitude.
  • Understanding the value of collaboration & feedback.

Ask a child to design a car; they might come up with the coolest car designs that ever existed, but what if we ask the child to devise a way to transport people from one place to another? Their solutions could be unlimited.

When the child starts thinking about solutions to the actual problem rather than redesigning an existing solution – it’s innovation at its best and hence very powerful.

Creativity is a tricky thing to inspire. And imagination linked with empathy & innovation is compelling yet delicate.

The sessions have been designed to focus on real-life problems & challenges & concentrate on solving the issues & come up with smart solutions.

Schools have begun to use the Design Thinking ideologies to increase student engagement and achievement because students can see educational content’s relevance and take ownership of their learning.

Design Thinking teaches an approach and a process that students can apply to whatever pursuits they may choose.

Our unique educational approach emphasizes on collaborating with experts from diverse fields.

Implementing action plans that are adapted to specific target groups to bring our projects at scale and maximize our impact.

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