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Destination Imagination (DI) Program Information:

At current, teams are meeting at the following campuses for the school year: Willis HS and Turner Elementary.

DI is a student-driven, cross-curricular, competitive, creative problem-solving program available on campuses to students in grades  Availability and number of teams per campus is based on volunteer staff member sponsorship as team manager, and team size is limited by the Destination Imagination organization to a max of 7 students per team.

Teams meet one to two days per week on campus with a team manager (staff member) as a volunteer group facilitator to work on both team building activities, team instant challenges, Improv theater, and skill-building, research/practice for competitions. As time gets closer to regional competition (Feb. 15, ), teams often meet more frequently and for a longer duration.

We welcome parents as skills mentors or team volunteers, so if you have a passion for engineering, construction, theater, art, sewing, construction, power tool use, or any special skill and would like to help, please let your campuses DI Team Manager know ASAP.

For more information on DI, please see the links below. 

Challenge Previews are availableclick this link for more information.

WISD Destination Imagination Handbook

For more information about DI, please visit http://www.destinationimagination.org/ and http://southeast.texasdi.org/

 Awards and Achievements

Lone Star Finals (formerly State Affiliate Tournament)

  • Invention Intentions: Elementary Level "The Big Fix" Technical Challenge - TBD (April , )

SE6 Regional Tournament:

  • Invention Intentions: Elementary Level "The Big Fix" Technical Challenge - 1st Place, Highest Instant Challenge score in their division; advance to the state tournament (Turner Elementary)
  • Encounter Masters: Elementary Level "First Encounter" Scientific Challenge - 2nd Place
  • Pickles: Secondary Level "In the Cards" Engineering Challenge - 5th Place, Davinci Award (outstanding Creativity & Risk-taking in Challenge Solution)

State Affiliate Tournament: 

  • Six 2 One: 16th place in Elementary Level "Monster Effects" Engineering Challenge

SE6 Regional Tournament:

  • Six 2 One: 2nd place in Elementary Level "Monster Effects" Engineering Challenge, Davinci Award (outstanding Creativity & Risk-taking), Highest Instant Challenge score in their division; advance to the state tournament (Parmley Elementary)
  • Medical Masters: 3rd place in Elementary Level "Medical Mystery" Scientific Challenge, Highest Instant Challenge score in their division (Turner Elementary)
  • Angry Crayons: 3rd place in Middle Level "Monster Effects" Engineering Challenge, Highest Instant Challenge score in their division. (Brabham Middle School)
  • The Honorable Mentions: 3rd place in Secondary Level "Monster Effects" Engineering Challenge (Willis High School)
  • Game of Drones: 6th place in Middle Level "On Target" Technical Challenge (Lynn Lucas Middle School)
  • Cloud Chasers: 8th place in Elementary Level "On Target" Technical Challenge (Cannan Elementary)
  • #HardySisters: 8th place in Elementary Level "Medical Mystery" Scientific Challenge (Hardy Elementary)
  • Fearless Pandas: 10th place in Elementary Level "On Target" Technical Challenge, Highest Instant Challenge score in their division (Turner Elementary)
  • Team Member, Andrew Hodge, was a recipient of the SE6 Region Sara Galley Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $ (The Honorable Mentions, Willis High School).

 

State Affiliate Tournament:

Turner Titans: 6th place in elementary Maze Craze challenge; High Instant Challenge in their division (Turner Elementary)

SE6 Regional Tournament:

  • Turner Titans: 2nd place in Elementary Level "Maze Craze" Technical Challenge; DaVinci Award, High Instant Challenge in their division (Turner Elementary)
  • Radical Recyclers: 2nd place in Elementary Level "Inside Impact" Service Learning Challenge (Cannan Elementary)
  • The Amazing But Crazy 6: 3rd place in Elementary Level "Maze Craze" Technical Challenge (Parmley Elementary)
  • The Helping Hands: 5th place in Middle Level "Inside Impact" Service Learning Challenge (Brabham Middle School)
  • Foil Son: 3rd place in Secondary Level "Unlikely Attraction" Scientific Challenge (Willis High School)

Regional Tournament:

  • Rubix Cubers: 6th place in Elementary Level "3-Peat" Improvisation Challenge (Meador Elementary)
  • Hardy Sweethearts: 8th place in Elementary Level "Top Secret"Scientific Challenge (Hardy Elementary)
  • Back to DI: 9th place in Middle Level "Vanished!" Fine Arts Challenge (Brabham Middle School)
  • The F.D.I.: 9th place in Middle Level "Top Secret" Scientific Challenge (Brabham Middle School)
  • The 5 Supercala Purple Pokemon Nerds: 9th place in Elementary Level "Vanished!" Fine Arts Challenge (Parmley Elementary)

Regional Tournament:

  • DI Element: 6th place in Middle Level "Pace of Change" Technical Challenge (Brabham Middle School)
  • Savage Patch Kids: 7th place in Middle Level "Get a Clue" Fine Arts Challenge (Lynn Lucas Middle School)
  • Brainiac Bros: 7th place in Middle Level "Musical Mashup" Engineering Challenge (Lynn Lucas Middle School)

The World of Destination Imagination pptx
DI STATS Infographic

Sours: https://www.willisisd.org/Page/

Instant Challenge Library

cre8iowa Instant Challenges

Note: These practice exercises for Destination Imagination® teams were written by Iowa student and adult volunteers. If you would like to contribute an Instant Challenge, please e-mail us at: [email protected]

Creative Commons LicenseInstant Challenges published by Students for a Creative Iowa are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike United States License. Please provide appropriate credit if you share any of these Instant Challenges on your Web site or blog. Thank you!

Items marked NEW were added during the current season.

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Rising Stars!®

Performance-Based

Task-Based

Note: See the Theme-Based section below for more Rising Stars!® Instant Challenges.

Theme-Based

  • The Hat Rack (collection of 3 performance-based and 4 task-based Instant Challenges)
  • A Roll of Plenty (collection of 3 performance-based, 3 task-based, and 6 Rising Stars!® Instant Challenges)

Other Instant Challenge Collections

Create your own Instant Challenge! Use IC Template to make it easy for your team to practice writing exercises. Feel free to submit these participant-designed Instant Challenges to cre8iowa&#;s Instant Challenge Library by emailing them to [email protected]

Sours: http://www.cre8iowa.org/resources/instant-challenge-library/
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We had our first Virtual instant Challenge on the last day of the first term and it was amazing! Our primary and secondary grades did it in their English lessons and one of the homeroom teachers Buse <3 helped me with her 3rd graders.

If you are familiar with Destination Imagination and did some of the instant challenges already, you know what I&#;m talking about. If not, let me explain shortly what is an instant challenge.

Virtual instant challenge for online lessons - Teachaboo

What is an Instant Challenge?

So, you give kids a problem to solve, a mission to complete, a performance to act out or any thing which will make them think and act in a very short time. Plus they are not alone &#; they are a part of a team they should follow and listen to&#;

One of the most popular challenges is this one below. You give kids some pasta, sticky paper and ask them to build the longest tower possible in 5 minutes.

In that 5 minute time, kids need to come up with ideas, share it with their team members and act out!

Virtual instant challenge for online lessons - Teachaboo KALEV İlkokulu Primary School DI Club

When kids are too young or it&#;s their first time, it is mostly about fighting over who&#;s gonna do it. Good news is they learn how to be a team in time. They learn their strengths and step forward when they feel it is good for the group&#;s needs.

Even if you don&#;t participate in the Destination Imagination event, you can still have this as a &#;club activity&#;. You can even use these challenges as time fillers whenever you have extra couple of minutes.

At my school we have been doing these challenges for about 4 years as a whole school activity. Every month, we pick an after lunch hour and divide kids into groups of and the whole school at the same time is doing a challenge. It is Fun!

Unfortunately, after schools were closed because of the corona virus, we somehow didn&#;t think of these activities and they stayed in shadow till now. Last week suddenly it came to me as an instant message 😀 from the DI fairies and I said &#;Why don&#;t we have virtual instant challenges?&#; Why not!?

Virtual Instant Challenge:

This challenge is one of the easiest and classical ones. Kids will build a tower. I designed this on purpose as this was our first-ever virtual instant challenge. Also, I didn&#;t wanna bother parents with an endless shopping list. 😀

Here are some pictures from our online instant challenge day:

KALEV İlkokulu Primary School Virtual instant Challenge Day January

Materials: 50 cm aluminium folio, 3 pencils

Challenge: Using these materials, build a tower as long as possible. It should remain standing for 10 seconds. When time&#;s up you cannot touch it.

Time: 5 minutes

Download the Online Instructions Tool

I&#;ve prepared a visual instructions tool so that everyone can see everything they need to! This was great help for both the teachers and kids as nobody missed a thing.

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You can use this link in your lesson &#; preview mode: https://bit.ly/2KkA7ft

Click here to download a COPY of the Online Instructions Tool.

I hope you liked this whole virtual instant challenge idea <3 Our kiddos liked it for sure ^_^ It was a refreshing break to an ordinary school day.

If you have any ideas to share with me I would appreciate it.

Thank you for being here <3

Sours: http://www.teachaboo.com/virtual-instant-challenge-1/

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