Indiana | Destination Imagination

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The Escape Room Indianapolis partners with a local non-profit!

We are excited about the recent partnership with the local Destination Imagination Organization. Our goal is to raise funds and awareness by donating a portion of the proceeds from selected ticket sales to the Escape Room.

Who is Destination Imagination?

Destination Imagination is a project-based, school-friendly program that builds participants’ creativity, problem solving, and teamwork in enjoyable and meaningful ways. Destination Imagination teaches the process from Imagination to Innovation. The goals of Destination Imagination are for participants to:

  • Foster creative and critical thinking
  • Learn and apply Creative Problem Solving method and tools
  • Develop teamwork, collaboration, and leadership skills
  • Nurture research and inquiry skills, involving both creative exploration and attention to detail
  • Enhance and apply written and verbal communication and presentation skills (both impromptu and sustained)
  • Promote the recognition, use, and development of many and varied strengths and talents
  • Encourage competence in, enthusiasm for, and commitment to real-life problem solving
  • Develops the skills needed to meet the requirements of  21st Century Skills, Common Core, and STEAM

Methods

  • Young people of similar age work on teams of 2-7 members over an 8-24 week period
  • No Interference is allowed from anyone outside of the team
  • Adult Team Managers act as facilitators to a team
  • Team Manager training is provided by experienced trainers in all 58 Affiliates
  • Problem solving skills are cultivated by using Tools
  • Teamwork is developed by using the eight building blocks for successful teams
  • Creativity is appreciated by Team- and Instant Challenges that are open ended
  • Individual and team strengths are promoted by “Team Choices”; based on Multiple Intelligence Theory
  • Instant Challenges engage participants in rapid-fire critical thinking
  • Team Challenges engage participants in sustained problem solving
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