Explore how progress happens with the THINK exhibit app, for kids, innovators and forward thinkers.
From the very beginning, we've sought to improve the way we live. We've worked to make our world more efficient, accessible, and safe. While each leap of progress has required its own intelligence and hard work, many seem to follow a distinct, repeatable pattern.
We see how our world behaves, map what we find, understand causes and effects, believe we can create new outcomes, and act to build and improve the systems around us.
The THINK exhibit app explores how we can follow this path to address some of our most pressing challengesfrom the grand to the everyday.
Seeing: Navigate an illustrated timeline documenting our quest to measure the world with increasingly precise tools.
Mapping: Discover some of the world's most important maps and explore how they organize information.
Understanding: Interact with the models used to untangle and predict the complex behaviors of our world.
Believing: Listen to leaders of world-changing initiatives explain how they build belief.
Acting: Travel across a virtual globe to discover some of the most inspiring examples of systemic progress around the world.
THINK exhibit lesson plans
Educators: Bring THINK to the classroom with THINK exhibit lesson plans, an exploration in the process of innovation, available on Teachers TryScience.
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