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Lumosity for creativity. This is an online game platform where games are created by researchers for brains to function brighter and better with a continuous practice. Focusing on games that spark creativity, young minds can start to train and improve

Lumosity for creativity. This is an online game platform where games are created by researchers for brains to function brighter and better with a continuous practice. Focusing on games that spark creativity, young minds can start to train and improve

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Imagine every school with design classes (d.Class) where classrooms designed by youth the way they want. Imagine all the experiences they design (products,toys,games) being sponsored by the town and the community in a youth kickstarter way

Imagine every school with design classes (d.Class) where classrooms designed by youth the way they want. Imagine all the experiences they design (products,toys,games) being sponsored by the town and the community in a youth kickstarter way

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Okan commented on d.Class for every school

Thanks for your comments Jeff! This was very helpful.. It came to me that mentors could actually be design students in colleges or event some professionals who are working in industrial, web, digital design.. It feels like it could have a direct impact on helping kids navigate and nurture their creative senses.

Does that make sense?

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Okan commented on KidStarter Labs

Hi Joe,
I have been wanting to comment here but somehow it took me while.. your idea looks great. Few suggestion from my end would be to have kids design the classroom so this way they can have different spaces for different age groups. I also believe keeping the community/town focus would be helpful since parents are always interested in their kids work, feel like this would create an ownership feeling for them..

When you mention coach, do you think about teachers and parents or people who have experience in design? This can be college or masters students who practice design?

What do you think?

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Okan commented on d.Class for every school

Thanks Joe! I read your entry and I believe we are thinking along the same lines. I guess that is great. I would be happy to collaborate to come up with a better structure.