I-Think, from the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, is a unique program focused on investigating integrative and critical thinking skills.
Every year, our students explore a variety of tools and strategies that are essential to the Integrative Thinking Methodology. A core component of the program involves embracing the complexity of situations by generating and testing creative and innovative solutions.
The I3 Initiative transforms the way Trafalgar students learn by creating a context for the application and exploration of knowledge in real-world settings.
Building on the rigour and diversity of the classroom curriculum, students are guided to ask complex questions and discover original and innovative solutions through experiences that take them beyond the Castle walls.
The I3 program helps every student make meaningful connections between her learning and the wider world, thereby increasing her confidence, resilience and ability to succeed in an ever-changing world.
“Integrative Thinking is the foundation of the Rotman School’s pedagogy. It is a discipline for defining and solving business problems through the use of explicit models. Rotman students learn how to build and use models to frame, structure, analyze and solve real-world business problems.” Rotman School Of Management