Sugata Mitra did a simple experiment years ago. He puttied a touch screen computer screen into the exterior wall of his office and connected it to the internet. Local kids, who did not speak English, started using the computer when he was gone. They taught themselves English and navigated the web. They were doing homework assignments by using information on the internet. No instruction required.
Innovation Works! took place during the week of January 8-12, bringing together students from different cultures and countries to build skills, invent cool products, and learn methods of invention from leading experts. Students from STEM Education Center in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam arrived in the Central Valley of California to join local students in this unique, hands-on invention camp offered by Entrepreneur Pathways, Inc.