Create or Die

This incredibly bold statement is the title of Andrés Oppenheimer’s new book about the hope of Latin America and the 5 keys of innovation. It’s actually Crear o Morir because it’s written in Spanish. Oppenheimer asks why the United States produced...

Innovation Incubator: Epicenter

Standford University’s National Center for Engineering Pathways to Innovation seeks to teach engineering students how to innovate for social good. From the website: Our Mission is to empower U.S. undergraduate engineering students to bring their ideas to life...
How I Innovate: Google EdTech

How I Innovate: Google EdTech

Google, google everywhere, but not an app to sync! Okay couldn’t resist making an Ancient Mariner allusion, but to be honest that’s how it feels sometimes. There’s so much education technology out there, but how do we actually start integrating it in our classroom?...
How I Innovate:  The Gap Year Gap

How I Innovate: The Gap Year Gap

Want a project-based interdisciplinary education that will help you develop 21st century skills? Try a gap year. As a recent NPR story by Kirk Carapezza reports: The idea of a gap here, postponing the start of college, has become a bit more common in the U.S. and a...

How I Innovate: Draw

When was the last time you picked up a pencil and sketched out an idea or analyzed a problem visually? We know that drawing engages a different part of the brain — why don’t we do it more often? Tim Brown posted on LinkedIn: To draw an idea accurately,...
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