Resources

Shane Duncan and Asgar Ali of Pottstown HS (Pa.) invent a kid-safe fruit slicer to support their research that showed that students are more likely to eat cut-up fruit. With a partnership with WE Schools, they put their invention into their cafeteria to combat food waste.


Innovation & Social Entrepreneurship

These 11 students ages 6-12 share their solutions to real-world problems created during the National Invention Convention.


Innovation & Social Entrepreneurship

Wyeth Nutrition Philippines introduces the 2018 Wyeth Nutrition Kid Innovators. Conquering real-life problems in health and nutrition, these projects will inspire you!


Innovation & Social Entrepreneurship

Domino's set out to create a superior school cafeteria pizza for students that meets or exceeds school nutrition requirements. The company wanted to be part of the solution to promote healthy, active lifestyles for young people, and to continue to provide students with hot pizza that meets nutrition guidelines and tastes great. Learn how they used research and partnerships to develop Smart Slice.


Ideas & Resources

How Domino's tackled the challenge of innovating superior school cafeteria pizza that meets or exceeds school nutrition requirements.


Ideas & Resources

Through brainstorming, discussions and resource analyses, these lessons help students develop an understanding of how observation, ideation, rapid prototyping, feedback, iteration and implementation are used to innovate.


For Educators

Professor, author and maker John Spencer provdes teachers with a classroom toolbox and free resources to teach students how to utilize design-thinking principles.


For Educators

This lesson teaches students how to define and measure hunger and food insecurity, examine community food availability maps, and explore interventions designed to improve food insecurity.


For Educators

AdvancingK12 offers up a project guide to help introduce students to design thinking.


For Educators