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 HAVE ACTIVATED MEANINGFUL LEARNING EXPERIENCES FOR

                                          101,000+ students

                                          TO DO THAT, WE COLLABORATE WITH

                                           

                                          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

                                           

                                          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 build bridges between organizations with real world problems and innovative educators interested in building student capacity for critical thinking, collaboration and creativity. Together, we activate real-world problem solving experiences that are approachable, sophisticated and transformative.

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

                                           
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                                          @RotmanIThink