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Tod Fod Jod Mentor Training - Karnataka

  1. 1. Tod Fod Jod Igniting Youth Innovation Karnataka Mentor Training Dec 10, 2012 Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  2. 2. National Innovation Council (NInC) A. Formulate a Roadmap for Innovation for 2010-2020 B. Create a Framework for:  Evolving an Indian model of innovation with focus on inclusive growth  Delineating policy initiatives within the Government, required to spur innovation  Developing and championing innovation attitudes and approaches  Creating appropriate eco-systems and environment to foster inclusive innovation  Exploring new strategies and alternatives for innovations & collaborations  Encouraging Central and State Governments to innovate  Encouraging universities and R&D institutions to innovate  Facilitating innovations by SMEs  Encouraging multidisciplinary and globally competitive approaches for innovations C. Promote setting up of State and Sector Innovation Councils to help implement strategies for innovation in states and specific sectors Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations 2
  3. 3. NInC Initiatives National Innovation Council State and International Sectoral Innovation Collaborations Councils Student Innovation National Innovation Initiatives Portal NInC Innovation National Roadmaps Eco System development Innovation $1 Billion Inclusive Collaboration, Innovation Training & Support Fund University Industry Innovation Innovation Clusters Clusters 3 Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  4. 4. About us  Mr Sam Pitroda  Innovator, Entrepreneur, Policy Maker  Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure & Innovation  Heralded the telecom revolution in India  100+ Patents Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  5. 5. About us  Samir Mitra  Head, National Innovation Clusters, NInC  Serial social and tech entrepreneur  MS in Electrical Engg, University of Illinois  MBA, Santa Clara University  Neeraj Gulati  Volunteer, Tod Fod Jod, NInC  20 years in the technology industry  Innovation, Design & development of products for global markets  Multinational executive  BE (REC, Trichy) and MS(Canada) in Computer Science  Avid student of music, arts and design  12 US Patents Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  6. 6. About us  Vikas Chawda  Volunteer, Tod-Fod-Jod, NInC  Trainer, Coach, Educator, Consultant, Entrepreneur  21 years industry experience with US, German MNCs  Actively associated with professional, social and spiritual organizations  BE (Mechanical) and MBA (Marketing) Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  7. 7. Tod Fod Jod - Mission Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  8. 8. Tod Fod Jod - Vision Creating Evaluating Tod Application & Fod Higher Order Skills* Analyzing Creation Applying Jod Ecosystem Understanding Remembering Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learning Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  9. 9. Tod Fod Jod - Vision Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  10. 10. Tod Fod Jod – In Action Re-construct De-construct & (Tod Fod) Repair Sample Palette & Tools (Jod) Sensors Digital Editing Video Solder Resistor 3D Print Origami Voice Recognition Motors Lens Culinary Design Laser Cutter Sketching Bits to Atoms Solar Panel Music Re-purpose Shock Absorber & Micro Controllers Thermistor Zigbee Capacitor Aerial Photography Networking Bluetooth Jute Screen Play LED Create Sculpting Simple Machines Process Design (Jod) Actuators Story Design Think Graffiti Flight Laser Cutting Welding Metal Animation GPS Photography 3D Design Graphic Design Phone & Tablet Apps CNC Wood Stitching Machine Time Lapse Note: computational media due to their chameleonesque adaptivity and With a broad & contemporary 21st century palette applicability to address 21st century needs, make for a very important discipline [1] Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  11. 11. Tod Fod (De-Construction)  Science, Math, Art, Design, History Courtesy: St Thomas School, Delhi embedded in things around us – natural and man made  Tod Fod Spurs curiosity  What’s inside?  How does it work?  Who came up with this? Why? How?  Tod Fod let’s kids experience their “school subjects” in action, in real life  Revelations of Tod Fod often come in handy in Jod!  “Tod Fod is fun!” - kids Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  12. 12. Tod Fod (De-Construction) Telephone & a Toaster Courtesy: Pathways School Gurgaon Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  13. 13. Jod (Re-construct, Repair, Repurpose, Create)  Process of fixing or creating  Multidisciplinary; Practical problem solving  Beyond theorizing  Just like riding a bike - cannot be learnt just by reading about it  Helps develop hands-on confidence and ability  This confidence and ability develops over time  Successes and setbacks – both essential to this development  When faced with a problem, need or opportunity – they have a higher chance of taking it on and creating a solution  Makes education relevant and real Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  14. 14. Jod Example  Samarth Kirloskar  Passion: Designing, building and flying model aircraft, based on principles of aviation  Winner at Techkriti (IIT-Kanpur)  Winner CoE, Pune Technical Fest  Age: 16  11th grade Arts student at Fergusson college, Pune http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pc3GWIXQkSg Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  15. 15. Jod Example Creations by a group of high school girls  Air cooler  Luggage Trolley  Designed and created by  Designed and created by kids at St Thomas School, kids at St Thomas School, Delhi Delhi Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  16. 16. Jod Example Teenager floats £30 (Rs 2000) camera into space to capture curvature of Earth http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=veqJART9XBA http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1OXmw42FIQ Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  17. 17. Tod Fod Journey Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  18. 18. Example Tod Fod Journey - Camera Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  19. 19. Example Tod Fod Journey - Camera Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  20. 20. Example Tod Fod Journey - Camera Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  21. 21. Example Tod Fod Journey - Camera Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  22. 22. Example “Lesson Plan” for Mentors Tod Jod Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  23. 23. Example “Lesson Plan” for Mentors Art+Jod Ideas Societal Impact History of innovation Art & Future Science & Environment Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  24. 24. Tod Fod Jod Triggers - Sample  Water filtration system  Remote control  Desktop  Elevator and its  Sports Shoe  Radio computer control system  Microwave oven  Air conditioner  Disk drive  Bicycle  Toaster  Air Cooler  Printer  Talking Toys  Blender  Toilet  Computer  Flying Toys mouse  Intelligent Toys  Stove  Sewing Machine  Projector  Motorcycle  Water Cooler  Camera  MP3 player  Piano  Heater  Bulb  Website  Tube well  Refrigerator  Tube Light  Energy  Automatic door  Vacuum cleaner  Video Game console  Diesel Generator  Bicycle  Washing machine  Landline phone  Solar panel  Fashion Apparel  Dryer  Landline phone  Batteries  Iron  Cordless  Wind turbine  Fan  Cell phone  Vending  Television  Skype machine Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  25. 25. Tod Fod Jod Triggers - Sample  Use motors, cups, glue, tape, cardboard, battery and markers to create a “Sketching Robot”  Repurpose parts of a washing machine, cassette recorder and one more appliance to create a talking sculpture  Create a weighing machine that sends your weight information to your cell phone  Create a system that reduces water consumption for a garden by 20% or more Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  26. 26. Jod Triggers - Sample  Repair mom’s toaster  Modify your normal bicycle to one with gears  Create a cell phone application that senses size and depth of potholes on the road its travelling on; plot Big Ones on Google Maps  Create something that measures air quality at your school; share trends and warnings on the school’s Facebook page Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  27. 27. Effective Tod Fod Jod Deep Collabo Multi & r-ation Engage Cross d hearts Disciplin & minds Portfolio Multiple e Action = Without Entry Oriente Don’t Marks/D too Points d overly egrees much Led by obsess Fun time Curiosity Rubric+ about the pressur No Fear Porfolio destinatio Perseve No n! e of being re wrong Leverage marks & Non the ranks Directive Internet Variables (sp hide a Video) treasure trove Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  28. 28. Why now? Rs 800  Access to the palette – open economy  Affordability of the palette  Recognition that India needs to innovate for itself; design and create solutions  Unique constraints – no solutions from developed markets or solutions do not fit  Business and social needs+opportunities  Local markets  Global developing markets  Reverse Innovation into developed markets Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  29. 29. Experience so far  Pilot TFJ programs at privileged and under privileged schools since 2011  TFJ happening at 17 schools in Delhi NCR since September 2012  Pilot TFJ underway since July in Vadodara – hundreds of kids participated  NCERT National Science Exhibition conducted at Silvasa – over 200 kids participated  TFJ Mela being planned in Delhi in January 2012  Key Takeaways  Tod Fod Jod spurs excitement and curiosity among kids & many teachers  Kids constantly ask questions  Many connections established between concepts and applications  Kids love it! Keep wanting more Tod Fod Jod sessions  Need motivated mentors, with TFJ habits & curiosity  Tod Fod Jod can form the core of a whole new hands-on type experience at school  Potential to restore love for & relevance of learning in some dis-engaged kids Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  30. 30. Tod Fod Jod – Feedback Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  31. 31. Ceiling Fan TFJ Briefing  Turn yourself into a child for the next 2 hours!  Put your curios hat on!  This is not only about science - multidisciplinary  Start peeling the onion  Peel it to the extent permitted by time; no grades!  What building blocks and disciplines do you see in there?  What are you curious about?  Which curiosities were satiated?  What would you like to explore deeper/create/research? Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  32. 32. Role of the Mentor  Mentors have prior knowledge of the subject and have researched the topic, done some TFJ on the subject themselves; they step beyond the “subjects” they teach  Multidisciplinary detours help break monotony  Mentors do NOT have all the answers; they seek answers with kids  Mentors are NOT teachers; they are collaborators and who spur curiosity and perseverance in kids  There are NO prescribed TFJ routes – it ought to be driven by kids’ curiosity and ideas – akin to the journey of innovation  Mentors help kids leverage setbacks and failures to their ultimate benefit  Mentors create excitement and help make the whole experience an adventure!  The journey is as exciting as reaching a destination Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  33. 33. Tod Fod Jod – Sample Rubric Criterion Definitio Area of Par Strengt Exception Remarks n improveme h al nt Strength Curiosity Divergent thinking Collaboratio n Perseveranc e Hands-on ability Creative confidence Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  34. 34. Tod Fod Jod – e-Collaboration Platforms  A need expressed by virtually ALL school administrators we interacted with  A forum for stakeholders to do the following beyond physical boundaries of schools/institutions  Interact  Learn from each other  Be inspired by work of others  Seek answers  Share experiences, what works what does not..  Hold contests and symposiums  Sharing of content curated and created by Tod Fod Jod participants, mentors and experts Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  35. 35. TFJ Stakeholders & the collaboration platforms for them Learner TFJ Network (Kids) https://www.facebook.com/TodFodJod?ref=hl Paren ts TFJ Mentor’s Mentors & Network Role Models https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tod-Fod-Jod-Mentors/4253572375061 Meta Mentors Meta Mentors Experienced Tod Fod Jod practitioners or hands-on learning experts whose expertise can be of help to: • Create better training material and better “Lesson Plans” for mentors • Mentors seeking solutions, answers for their Tod Fod Jod projects Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  36. 36. Examples of Meta Mentors  Prof Abhishek, Department of Aeronautics, IIT-Kanpur  Mentor – Robotics, Aerospace and Aeromodelling Clubs @ IIT-K  First Position in design in American Helicopter Society/Augusta Westland student competition, (graduate category) for helicopter design, 2004.  Quote – “If entering students at IIT-K had hands-on Tod Fod Jod like experience and confidence, they would be able to achieve so much more”.  Akhil Madhani, Robotics Animation, Disney  Twelve issued patents.  Thea award for Outstanding Achievement in Technology, Lucky the Dinosaur, 2004.  TR100 List of 100 Innovators, Technology Review Magazine, 1999.  Lemelson-MIT Student Prize for Inventorship, 1998.  Carl G. Sontheimer Prize for Excellence in Innovation and Creativity in Design, MIT Department of Mechanical Engineering, 1997. Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  37. 37. Example of a Meta Mentor  Subodh Gupta  World renowned sculptor and artist based in Gurgaon  Brings innovative large creations to life, that are interleaved with the objects of daily Indian life  The Guardian called him 'the Damien Hirst of Delhi’ Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  38. 38. Collaboration Learner (Kids) TFJ Network Platforms - recap Parents Mentors & TFJ Mentor’s Network R Models ole  TFJ Network Meta Mentors  For kids, to share their work, seek solutions, collaborate  Mentor’s and Role Models provide guidance, support and inspiration  www.facebook.com/todfodjod  TFJ Mentor’s Network  Home of the TFJ Mentor’s Guide, TFJ “Lesson Plans”  For Mentors, TFJ Role Models & Meta Mentors*  Mentors share experiences, share insights from their Tod Fod Jod sessions, seek solutions, collaborate etc  https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tod-Fod-Jod-Mentors/425357237506185 Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  39. 39. Tod Fod Jod - recap Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  40. 40. Tod Fod Jod - recap Creating Evaluating Tod Application & Fod Higher Order Skills* Analyzing Creation Applying Jod Ecosystem Understanding Remembering Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learning Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  41. 41. Tod Fod Jod - recap Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  42. 42. THANK YOU Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations

Editor's Notes

  • The NIC will formulate a Roadmap for innovation for the nation for 2010-2020 with a focus on big ideas and interventions. It will create a framework for evolving an Indian model of Innovation, give appropriate policy inputs and promote innovations at State and Sectoral levels
  • Child in pursuit of knowledge and not knowledge in pursuit of the child! -
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