Education is undergoing vast changes as progress in made in technology. However, the basic skill necessary for a youngster to succeed in this world is the same old ingenuity or creativity. Hence, the prime objective of education should be to encourage and allow the young creative minds to try, fail, thrive, and blossom into genius inventors.
This book will help you gain knowledge in the following areas:
o selecting a critical problem facing humanity
o identifying your passion and choosing a problem to invent a solution
o sources for understanding problems facing humanity
o how to stay updated using technology
o Latest trends in technology- AI, longevity, mobility, aviation, automation, etc.
o Techniques to update your knowledge – catching up with “state of the art”
o How to do a literature review and publish papers
o How to do a patent review and file patents
o Effective thought process – focusing your mind, mediation, physical fitness
o Creative thinking
o Using open source tools for design, prototyping, writing, etc.
o Raising funds – writing research proposals
o Startup – writing a startup business plan
o Overcoming setbacks, failures
o Writing your report and presenting your project
o Continuing the invention spirit
This book will open the eyes and minds of young school students to the wonderful universe of inventing a solution. This book has been written to aid all the students across the ability/ aptitude spectrum. The 50 steps have been conceived to enable all types of learners to benefit from the joy of experimenting and enriching their experience of becoming an inventor.
So look beyond the goals of achieving good grades and just indulge in enriching your knowledge, give wings to your creative dreams, shed your inhibitions and fear of being judged or failing at something. As they say, if you strive and achieve excellence in what you do, money and fame will chase you. Just Invent!
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