The LEGO Foundation and Ashoka believe that learning through play can change the world. Together, alongside a growing global network of social innovators who feel the same way, we launched the Re-imagine Learning network to re-think learning for the 21st century—at home, in schools, everywhere. Learn More
What are the barriers and pathways to innovation in learning through play?
Learn what top innovators in the field of learning through play have created to create high performing models, and what design principles they have used to do so.
Fabretto’s Children Foundation is using play to improve early childhood development in underserved communities in Nicaragua. With a train-the-trainer approach, Fabretto is ensuring a new generation of empowered teachers for a better education.
What are the top challenges you are experiencing in your work with children’s learning? How, exactly, are you overcoming those challenges?
In our effort to improve early grade education standards in underserved Nicaraguan communities, we face the following three challenges:
Design for Change is transforming education by empowering children to be masters of their own knowledge. Through a simple four-step process, they are providing children with much needed 21st century skills.
To learn more about the role of design thinking in education, read the interview of Kiran Sethi, founder of Design for Change.
What are the skills a child needs to master to become an active Changemaker?
Grant Hosford and Jan von Meppen, two participants in the LEGO Foundation and Ashoka Re-imagine Learning Challenge, met in Pasadena, California this month to collaborate on tools that improve learning through gaming. The meeting exemplifies a rapidly growing focus on engaging students through entertaining and immersive learning.