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Mentoring by experts

Our experts are not teachers, but mentors who help students lift their creative side and feel free to express their feelings.

Solution-based technique

We help students use a human-centric, user persona focused approach towards solving problems.

Learn, unlearn and relearn

We train students to evaluate every situation, apply the learnings, and tackle challenges creatively.

Develop creative confidence

We arouse curiosity and resilience and develop entrepreneurial ways of thinking among students.

Designing the thoughts

Phases of learning

Empathize

A skill that allows us to understand and share the same feelings as others. We can connect with the people in our environment and relate to their problems, circumstance, or situation.

Define

Define the feelings and identify the problem to be solved using identifiable, positive, meaningful, and actionable language. It is the process of shaping a point of view about the problem for ourselves and others.

ideate

Get creative and come up with ideas. Since there isn’t one right way to think of a great idea, this process helps students see things from different perspectives. It allows them to step outside of the obvious solution and generate ideas beyond their realm. They also understand the value of collaboration and feedback.

Prototype

Create the solution to the problem. This process helps students to recognize that failure is a part of learning and it's OK to fail. Loss, however, needs to be analyzed so that they can learn and grow from their mistakes.

Test

Focus on showing. The opportunity for empathizing is essential at this stage because one can see the user's experience and hear the user's thoughts, feelings, and ideas. Testing helps to shape the point of view concerning the user's perspective.

Designing the thoughts

Phases of learning

A skill that allows us to understand and share the same feelings that others feel. We are able to connect with others on how they might be feeling about their problem, circumstance, or situation. 

Define the above feelings and identify the main problem to be solved using language that is identifiable, positive, meaningful, and actionable. This is the process of shaping a point of view -- our own and others' -- about the problem.

Since there is no single right way for a great idea. This process helps students to see things from different perspectives. It allows them to step outside of what they might think is the obvious solution and instead generate ideas outside of their own realm.

Create the solution to the problem. This process also helps students to recognize that failing is part of learning, and that it's OK to fail. Failure, however, needs to be analyzed so that they can learn and grow from their mistakes. Empathy helps them see that they're in the first step in a longer process.

Focus on showing and not telling. The opportunity for empathizing is important at this stage, because one is able to see the user's experience and hear his or her thoughts, feelings, and ideas. Testing also helps to shape our point of view in relation to the user's point of view.

Understanding USER

Need & want

A safer place for children to make mistakes and ask questions

Design Thinking is a practical tool for integrating 21st-century skills and an innovator’s mindset into the classroom.
Applicable across all streams viz. literature, art, music, science, engineering, business, etc.

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.

Merging Creativity with Logic

Stepping out of the box

Pique the curiosity

DIY product idea

Time laps

A Story To Our Journey

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.

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The world calls for, and expects from us, simplicity of life, the spirit of prayer, charity towards all, especially towards the lowly and the poor.When someone does something that they know.

Another big challenge is to cover those who were left out in the first phase. As this year’s flood is already labelled.

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Educations for Children

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Food for hungry peoples

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Our Fundraising Plans

Collaborate with team members to rally support

The world calls for, and expects from us, simplicity of life, the spirit of prayer, charity towards all, especially towards the lowly and the poor.When someone does something that they know.

Another big challenge is to cover those who were left out in the first phase. As this year’s flood is already labelled.

Another big challenge is to cover those who were left out in the first phase. As this year’s flood is already .

Educations for Children

Home for homeless people

Food for hungry peoples

Medicine for poor people