A Healthy Planet Managed by  Empowered Kids

Time is ticking fast for solving the grand challenges our planet is facing.

Our most important mission is to help prepare you to steer our planet in a new, better direction. 

Join Planet Pilot to be part of the journey!


Explore a Day in a Quest


Learn about the power of tech, empathy mapping, design thinking, and much more while you connect with other Pilots from around the world!


Discuss about the greatest challenges facing humanity and how you can use your team’s passions and skills to solve them


Bring your energy and contribute the best you can.

We will guide you through the process to help you and your team create new solutions to the world's needs!

You and your team will be presenting your solutions to others online - but also to adults who can help bring your idea to life out in the real world!


About Our Quests

Our Guided Quest aims to answer and solve societal challenges through designing, prototyping, and testing ideas with potential users. At the end of our quests, you will have developed a specific solution to a problem that you identified by yourself and your team.

The specific activities in each Quest will be described in its agenda. The section below list some of the common activities that are normally part of every Quest.


Edtech Tips for Caregivers

Technology can make a real difference to maintain communication and continue working and learning. Here are some tips to stay sane and make the most out of education transcending physical barriers

-Do not be afraid to allow the non-academical issues to dominate for a while


-Ask your children what they are learning! It removes the pressure from you having to know things and it causes your child to produce and practice

-Keep looking for opportunities for your children to practice using and communicating the information and skills that they are learning.

Student Outcomes Continually Aligned With the Needs of the Time

In preparation for the immediate and future resolution of real-world problems. Real-world meaning student initiatives are done for a real audience and lead to action and a difference in the world