The best way to get to know what you want to do - and how to get there - is through mentoring and internships. Unfortunately, these are often difficult to access and are not available until later. A program to facilitate this can help.
Sometimes kids feel limited in a specific class or during a lesson because they do not identity with the skill. By encouraging creative outlets and showing how anything can be combined, children develop critical skills - many solutions to one problem
This is a great idea, definitely good way of combining technology with design learning. I have a couple of questions. Are the ideas pretty open ended or more for an educational purpose? How will the criteria be determined to judge if an idea is good? Will this mainly be community based?
I like the idea of scenario writing. However, do you have specific sections in mind of the ideas. For example, I would think there should be an educational project section, something like a "just for fun" section, maybe sections involving different materials, etc.
From my own experiences growing up, sometimes there was an issue with being heard with your ideas as a kid and I think this is a great way to change that. Kids have great imaginations that can lead to creative solutions. I also think that the ideas need to be well supported by the parents or educators of a child and to see how executable they are. How can you determine this or encourage parents to participate?