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Set the tone for a creative learning environment by giving students creative control over their homeroom. Empower students to modify the layout of desks, walls, and cubbies, and give them the freedom to decorate their open space.
Free online courses for seniors. The Massively Open Online Courses industry is growing exponentially, attracting people from across the globe. MOOCs for Seniors adapts these courses to fit the technical savvy & pace of an older adult's lifestyle.
A tool that enables older patients and their adult-child caregivers make more confident treatment decisions together, be more involved in their healthcare, and build the skills to better the conversations with their physician.
Local communities often invest significant resources in making sure their public spaces look great. Gardening is a perfect way for seniors to exercise and continue creating. Let's repurpose civic landscaping to enable our seniors to do more.
Young people marketing and distributing organic veggies grown by seniors means cross-generational interaction, healthy activity and income for the elderly, entrepreneurial opportunities for young adults, and healthy food and living for all!
Contrary to popular perception seniors are not helpless. Numerous groups have formed around activities which benefit themselves and society.
Rather than imposing a solution on seniors, why not empower them to organically form more groups?
An app that completes care systems communication cycle - allowing recipients of care to monitor the face and progress of their care each day. The simple app creates a sense of safety by removing the precious uncertainty.
This is a brilliant idea Wenjie! Starting in schools to re-design the learning environment, we could even think of expanding it to workplaces, so that adults can keep their creative confidence in creative workplaces that also reflect their identity. If the experiment is successful in schools, maybe young people who have gone through it could share their experience with employees in companies working in their communities. They could even facilitate similar open space design sessions in these companies, a nice way for them to apply the skills they will have developed thanks to the support of professional designers helping them in the classroom!