The New Way Of Learning
of Young Leaders
When technological and societal changes are happening at an accelerating rate, a new generation of kids and teens enters an era of empowerment. They are a generation who taps into the power of collective intelligence of extended minds networked together. They are young Pilots of our Planet, who - with proper guidance and in an encouraging community - are capable of vastly improving the world, personally, locally, and globally.
First of all, at an individual level, we empower Pilots by gentle guidance and gamified incentives to take charge of their learning process and arrive at meaningful accomplishments in ways that
fully apply their strengths and passions.
Through innovative learning adventures, shared experience and support of an uplifting community, Planet Pilot forms effective thinkers who act, relate and accomplish in the real world.
Next, on a local level, we empower Pilots to become problem finders and solutionaries, experts at discovering and implementing real solutions to real-world issues.
Recognizing that our planet needs human potential to respond to its burning needs, we help to channel Pilots' abilities to improve not just their own lives, but also to better their communities through real, service-oriented projects.
Finally, the rapidly growing connectivity of young people allows us to reach a truly planetary level of empowerment.
Planet Pilot leverages technology to connect young change-makers: with each other, with the world's knowledge, and with everyone on the planet relevant to the projects they work on. We empower them to apply their newly acquired powers to projects executed in global, virtual teams, just like ours.
This new abundant world will empower us to solve even the biggest challenges in education
Out of Education
Lack Basic Skills
Academic model of providing content and control fails the world in the third millennium when kids will explore not just the Earth, but outer space. When they will investigate and understand the human mind and brain, new kinds of worlds - digital and virtual - that are still being born, solve problems that our planet and our species face, as we never could in the past. And they will do it now, in their early and formative years, because technology and context that are continuously extending their minds and capabilities equip them with new powers.
This calls for New Ways of Learning. Ways that will harness collective intelligence and fully embrace this emerging human potential. This calls for an empowerment approach of coaching Pilots to accomplish effectively through trust, respect, independence, self-directed learning, co-creation, collaboration, and empathy - along with powerful use of community and technology.
Our First Impact: The Quest
We begin our journey of seasonal experimentation with Quests.
Our Quests gather kids and teens from around the world to collaborate in solving real-world problems while building a portfolio of experience and allowing for interdisciplinary and social-emotional learning
What Students are Saying
"A lot of foreign friends and teachers"
Son, Pilot, Vietnam
“I can't wait for the next Quest”
Alannah, Pilot, Australia
"I was able to use Minecraft to bring my ideas to life and it was nice"
Lucas, Pilot, Denmark
What Educators are Saying
“Really incredible, this is the right way to interact with kids nowadays”
Valda, Teacher, Italy
“Really impressive. Great idea and something really new! ”
Pila, Teacher, Finland
"Great project to foster and encourage children creativity”
Elisa, teacher, Italy
“Impressive how children put their effort and their imagination at work “ Antonino, School manager”
What Parents are Saying
"Had an amazing call from her teacher saying she was very mature and not as fidgety or distracted...I think it's paying off on her attention at school"
Planet Pilot Parent from Australia
"Boost desire for kids to discover new things; International teamwork & very capable Quest Masters"
Planet Pilot Parent from Vietnam
"I homeschool our tech-savvy son. It is hard for him to be in a busy school environment. It blew my mind to see him socializing and inflow no-stop for the week-long Quest"
Planet Pilot Parent from Denmark