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ThinkFun Sponsors Design for Change Prize

The following guest post is shared by Sanjli Gidwaney, the Country Coordinator for the incredible Design for Change USA organization!

The Design for Change USA (DFC USA) team is pleased to announce the students of Crazy Horse School from the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, as the winners of DFC USA 2013! Their winning [...]

Design for Change Empowers Students to Change Their World!

The following guest post is shared by Sanjli Gidwaney, the Country Coordinator for the incredible Design for Change USA organization!  Sanjli first introduced readers to DFC in this 2010 guest post, and the organization continues to do incredible things to inspire creative social change – ThinkFun is thrilled to support them! 

Children are not passive recipients of [...]

Design for Change Winners Bring Games into the Classroom!

Last month I shared the winning submission in the first US Design for Change Competition, a fantastic contest that challenges students to design and implement projects to improve their communities!

To help celebrate these winning thinkers at Ross Elementary School, ThinkFun donated sets of games to continue to inspire their creative problem solving.  I just received [...]

Announcing... the Design for Change Winning Idea!

Several months ago I shared a wonderful post by Sanjli Gidwaney, Country Coordinator for the first ever Design for Change competition in the United States!

As Sanjli described, Design for Change is a worldwide competition that is forming the largest movement of young people creating change around the world.  The contest gives children one [...]

Design for Change

The following is guest post by Sanjli Gidwaney, an inspired individual dedicated to encouraging creativity through systematic curriculum change in developing countries around the world.  Sanjli has recently taken on the role of Country Coordinator to bring the global Design for Change competition to the United States!

My name is Sanjli Gidwaney from Design for Change, [...]