For Districts: Custom Programs
Our Educator Team and Master Trainers will help build a customized challenged-based learning program for your district, after school program or home school association.
For Educators: Training Workshops
Master Trainers offer workshops across the U.S. to teach best practices in using the InventionX problem-based learning framework to engage students in “applied STEM.”
For Students: InventionX Cup
Nine challenges over three months with financial grants and national recognition up for grabs to the top scoring young inventors. Register your team for the Spring 2016 season!
InventionX challenges, recognizes and rewards young innovators through hands-on workshops and online invention challenges.
Every student is an inventor at heart. They are the most creative, thought-provoking problem solvers in the world. We help nurture those qualities as they grow into adulthood through challenge-based learning. InventionX is a dynamic approach to teaching and learning that allows students to explore real world problems through a hands-on educational framework. When students are actively engaged in their learning, they are more inspired, more creative. They become better critical thinkers and collaborators, and they take away a deeper, more meaningful knowledge of what they are learning.
InventionX combines student workshops and invention challenges with professional development for educators and customized programs for schools and educational organizations to engage students in applied-STEM and critical thinking processes that will keep them excited and motivated to learn throughout their educational careers.
During the spring and fall semesters, we lead the InventionX Cup, where students test their invention prowess on the national stage. During each season of the InventionX Cup, we pose a series of online invention challenges to K-12 students. Teams of 1-5 students and a coach are challenged to find solutions to these real-world problems. Financial grants and national recognition awards are available for top scoring young inventors.