• Latinas in STEM: Denver  On August 10, 2016, twenty middle school Latinas will have the chance to see firsthand what it's like to work in a STEM (science, technology, engineering, or math) or design career, and meet some of the most interesting Latina professionals in Denver.

  • Multimedia case study on Denver School of Innovation and Sustainable Design. Find out what their secret sauce to  personalized learning is.

    “I don’t learn just from reading a textbook, I have to do stuff,”
    DSISD 9th grader, Robert when asked about why he chose DSISD


  • Roots Elementary School’s journey towards personalized learning.

    “Our motivation for designing Roots was really to crack this code of lack of
    optimization in early education,” says Roots’ Director of Operations and Innovation
    Jill Carty

  • Congratulations to the 2016 Design Challenge Winners! 

    On Thursday, February 25 Imaginarium held its final pitch night for the 2016 Design Challenge at the Denver Children’s Museum. Eight finalists presented their innovation ideas to impact Denver Public Schools’ students, 6 walked away winners.


Got an idea you think will change education?

We're always looking for any ideas  about what you would do to change education, let us know yours.  It could be chosen  and developed by the Imaginairum.

I've got an idea!



Interested in working with us?

We're always  looking for change motivated schools students and clients to partner and work with

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In June 2015 these three teams won $20,000 for their Design Challenge Ideas. Curious what a Design Challenge is all about? Check out the video.

  • Virtual Reality Career Day- David Guillen and Jill Sterns
  • Flippin' to Learn Learnin' 2 Flip-Michael Cammilleri, Andrew Murphy,  Mary Ellen Cammilleri

Pitch us an idea! Stay connected with us online to find out more information about our next Design Challenge.

Learn more about the Design Challenge here

2015 DPS Design Challenge Winners