Preparing Students for a Future Yet To Be Invented
Our children face a future of new, more demanding, and increasingly complex problems
Solving these problems will require agile thinkers with diverse perspectives and life experiences, and an ability to identify and acquire the new, yet unknown knowledge needed to operate and create tomorrow’s technologies and industries. At the same time, our educational system risks growing increasingly out of step with the needs of life and work in the 21st century. Invention Education offers a powerful approach to bridge this gap.
InventEd 2021: Inventing an Equitable Future
A free, three-day convening of leaders who are focused on providing access and opportunities for all students to develop the skills they need to invent their future through Invention Education.
Registration will open in November. Please join our mailing list or check back soon for details.
February 2-4, 2021
Voices from the Field
Invention Education gives you a greater ROI because it strengthens the approach to STEM disciplines.
Ron Ottinger, Executive Director
STEM Next Opportunity Fund
Invention Education provides students engagement, inspiration, and ownership over their own educational trajectory.
Jim Lynch, E3 STEM Program Manager,
Apple Valley High School St, Paul MN
Reason for learning STEM is rediscovered when it’s applied to helping people through invention.
Stephanie Couch, Executive Director
We have students who are suddenly more invested in the learning experience and are driving their own education.
Doug Scott, Hopkinton High School, MA
District leader for Business, Tech & Engineering grades 6–12