MindAntix provides students with the opportunity to build creativity through access to fun, simple, and practical activities and exercises.
Our online portal makes it easy for teachers to assign, track and evaluate student learning through a variety of brainteasers and projects.
build specific thinking styles—including associative thinking, analogical thinking and more—that have proven to improve creative thinking.
provide a deeper learning experience and build an innovation mindset. Each module includes detailed lesson plans for teachers.
Combined, the brainteasers lay the foundation for learning different cognitive creativity techniques, while our PBL modules challenge students to apply these newly-learned strategies in real world scenarios so they can become the creators of the future.
We are creating new programs to help schools and teachers transition to blended learning for Fall 2020. The goal is to prioritize 21st century skills during in-person classroom time, where its most effective.
MindAntix offers professional development workshops to help teachers understand the fundamentals of creative thinking and discover a variety of learning strategies to incorporate this learning objective into classroom instruction.
Here are three examples workshops aimed at helping teachers support learners' growth:
Hear from the creativity experts behind MindAntix, as well as educators and students, about our approach to teaching creativity, why it’s an essential skill for students to develop, and why learners love it.
Lev Vygotsky, a highly influential Soviet psychologist, believed that learning in children is heavily influenced by social interaction. At the earliest stages, an infant’s unsuccessful grasping m...
We just wrapped up our multi-disciplinary summer camps this year, and once again had so much fun guiding our middle schoolers in their creative journey! Our challenge for students this year was to ...
A few hours after Einstein died, Thomas Harvey, the pathologist who performed his autopsy, removed Einstein’s brain without his family’s permission and against Einstein’s wishes of what he wa...
I just wanted to let you know my son Gabe LOVED this! He has had us playing some of the games and has been telling me a lot about it - something he doesn’t usually do!
We take a selective approach to determining the expert educators and organizations with which we partner, to ensure we always have the highest quality content to promote personalized global learning. MindAntix, with its expertise in helping learners of all ages develop key 21st century skills, is a perfect fit as a Belouga content partner. The How to Be an Inventor course is designed to provide students with the space to explore and experiment with new ideas and acquire the requisite skills to succeed not just as contributors, but as leaders in the global economy, and this is something we wish for all students who access materials through Belouga.
The students love the freedom of expression the creative activities offer. They were very engaged in the activities!
The outcome of the How To Be An Inventor course is a soft prototype. Some of the student creations that I saw were very interesting and the process of ideation to product development exposed the students into the world of creative thinking and building as a lifelong skill as opposed to a compartmentalized activity in a classroom to be done and forgotten. My son, who was a part of the pilot workshop has pitched a dozen product ideas to me in the past 6 months since he completed the above workshop and most of them are quite sensible if I can say so myself. More importantly, he took one of these ideas, built a hard prototype, and then convinced a friend to purchase it!
My teachers so appreciated the research-based professional development on Creativity Fundamentals. They were instantly engaged in an interactive, hands-on learning experience, and they left with lots of activities and high leverage instructional strategies to use with their students. I highly recommend this training for all teachers!
My kids absolutely loved the MindAntix summer program. They developed a good thinking process to come up with new strong ideas. Once they developed a good idea, they learned how to sell it, and what aspects to focus on for marketing it. More importantly, I feel they walked away with some valuable creativity skills, that they can use in their day-to-day life, for problem solving.
We work with after school programs, universities, learning centers, and more to offer our creativity focused programs, tailored to fit within existing instruction or new initiatives.