The I-Think Initiative at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto partners with educators to bring skills for creative problem solving to their classrooms and schools. Our approach involves Integrative Thinking (a tools-based process for reaching more productive solutions to unappealing tradeoffs) and design thinking to build concrete metacognitive tools to help students and educators grapple with complexity in a productive way, and design new, and better, solutions to difficult challenges. We do this by developing curriculum, crafting workshop experiences and building a teaching community that inspires and shares tools that work.
Posted on February 11, 2014. Modified on March 5, 2014