Tod Fod Jod           Inspiring Childhood Innovation  Delhi NCR Rollout Workshop                                  August	 ...
About us¨    Samir	  Mitra	        ¤  Head,	  National	  Innovation	  Clusters,	  NInC	        ¤  A	  serial	  social	 ...
Why Childhood Innovation?¨    Nationwide	  Ecosystem	  for	  Schools	  &	        Colleges	  expand	  focus	  beyond	     ...
Tod Fod Jod                                                          Re-construct              De-construct               ...
Tod Fod Jod¨    Hands-­‐on	  discovery	  and	  learning	        ¤  Modern	  day	  products	  that	  kids	  see	  around	...
TFJ Experiences     Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
Experience so far¨    Workshops	  conducted	  at	  1	  BoP	  school,	  1	  BoP	  orphanage,	  1	  mid	        and	  1	  h...
Vadodra Experience¨ Tod	  Fod	  Jod	  projects	  at	  a	  central	     location,	  driven	  by	  Vadodra	     Innovation	...
Tod Fod Jod Projects - Sample¨    Water	  Riltration	  system	     ¨    Remote	  control	            ¨    Desktop	     ...
Tod Fod Jod Rollout¨    Targeted	  to	  10	  cities;	  Delhi	  NCR,	  Vadodra	        &	  Bangalore	  	  identiRied	     ...
Roles & Responsibilities¨    NInC	  shall	  provide	  to	  schools	        ¤    Trainers	  to	  train	  mentors	  identi...
Key Milestones¨    Pre-­‐launch	  meet	  with	  Principals	  ¨    Two	  committees	  formed	  to	  pursue	  Web	  strate...
THANK YOU Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
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  1. 1. Tod Fod Jod Inspiring Childhood Innovation Delhi NCR Rollout Workshop August  7,  2012  Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  2. 2. About us¨  Samir  Mitra   ¤  Head,  National  Innovation  Clusters,  NInC   ¤  A  serial  social  and  tech  entrepreneur   ¤  MS  in  Electrical  Engg,  University  of  Illinois   ¤  MBA,  Santa  Clara  University  ¨  Neeraj  Gulati   ¤  Volunteer,  Tod  Fod  Jod,  NInC   ¤  Tech  entrepreneur  and  multinational  executive   ¤  BE  and  MS  in  Computer  Science   ¤  12  US  Patents   Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  3. 3. Why Childhood Innovation?¨  Nationwide  Ecosystem  for  Schools  &   Colleges  expand  focus  beyond   ¤ remembering  &  understanding   to  include     ¤ applying  &  creating  ¨  Build  a  nation  of  creators  not  just   consumers   Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  4. 4. Tod Fod Jod Re-construct De-construct & (Tod Fod) Repair (Jod) Re-purpose & Create (Jod) Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  5. 5. Tod Fod Jod¨  Hands-­‐on  discovery  and  learning   ¤  Modern  day  products  that  kids  see  around  them   ¤  Explore  Designs,  Creations  &  Innovations  of  others  ¨  Connects  concepts  learnt  in  textbooks  to  real   life  ¨  Makes  kids  curious  and  conRident  to  dig  in  to   Rind  answers    ¨  Platform  for  kids  to  be  inspired  by  and   collaborate  with  like  minded  kids  nationwide   Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  6. 6. TFJ Experiences Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  7. 7. Experience so far¨  Workshops  conducted  at  1  BoP  school,  1  BoP  orphanage,  1  mid   and  1  high  end  school,  over  5  months  ¨  Takeaways   ¤  Tod  Fod  Jod  spurs  excitement  and  curiosity  among  kids  &  some  teachers   too   ¤  Kids  constantly  ask  questions     ¤  Many  connections  established  between  concepts  and  applications   ¤  Kids  love  it!  Keep  wanting  more  Tod  Fod  Jod  sessions   ¤  Need  motivated  facilitators,  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  learning  in  some  dis-­‐engaged  kids   Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  8. 8. Vadodra Experience¨ Tod  Fod  Jod  projects  at  a  central   location,  driven  by  Vadodra   Innovation  Council  ¨ 300  kids  over  the  last  2  months  have   done  Tod  Fod  Jod  projects  ¨ Tremendous  local  support  and   excitement   Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  9. 9. Tod Fod Jod Projects - Sample¨  Water  Riltration  system   ¨  Remote  control   ¨  Desktop   ¨  Elevator  and  its  ¨  Microwave  oven   ¨  Radio   computer   control  system  ¨  Toaster   ¨  Air  conditioner   ¨  Disk  drive   ¨  Bicycle  ¨  Blender   ¨  Air  Cooler   ¨  Printer   ¨  Toys  ¨  Stove   ¨  Toilet   ¨  Computer   ¨  Motorcycle   mouse   ¨  Piano  ¨  Water  Cooler   ¨  Sewing  Machine   ¨  Projector   ¨  Tube  well  ¨  Heater     ¨  Camera   ¨  MP3  player   ¨  Automatic  door  ¨  Refrigerator   ¨  Bulb   ¨  Website   ¨  Bicycle  ¨  Vacuum  cleaner   ¨  Tube  Light   ¨  Energy  ¨  Washing  machine   ¨  Video  Game  console   ¨  Diesel  Generator  ¨  Dryer   ¨  Landline  phone   ¨  Solar  panel  ¨  Iron   ¨  Landline  phone   ¨  Batteries  ¨  Fan   ¨  Cordless   ¨  Wind  turbine  ¨  Fan  regulator   ¨  Cell  phone   ¨  Vending  ¨  Television   ¨  Skype   machine   Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  10. 10. Tod Fod Jod Rollout¨  Targeted  to  10  cities;  Delhi  NCR,  Vadodra   &  Bangalore    identiRied   ¤ Your  schools  have  been  identiRied  as  choices   for  Tod  Fod  Jod  rollout  in  Delhi  NCR   ¤ Many  of  your  schools  have  experimented   with  or  do  projects  along  the  TFJ  lines   Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  11. 11. Roles & Responsibilities¨  NInC  shall  provide  to  schools   ¤  Trainers  to  train  mentors  identiRied  by  the  school   n  A  TFJ  Guide  and  sample  “lesson  plans”  for  a  few  TFJ  projects     ¤  An  Internet  based  resource  base  that  hosts     n  a  growing  collection  of  TFJ  “lesson  plans”  for  mentors  developed  by  NInC  and  by  the  TFJ  community  at  large   n  TFJ  videos  from  schools,  kids   n  A  social  interaction  capability  for  users  to  discuss,  share  ideas,  collaborate  ¨   Schools  shall  be  responsible  for   ¤  Providing  mentors  –  teachers  or  post-­‐grad  students,  NInC  to  provide  university  connects   ¤  Conducting  a  minimum  set  of  TFJ  workshops   ¤  Providing  the  products,  tools  and  supplies  for  their  own  workshops   ¤  Uploading  videos  of  their  TFJ  workshops  on  the  NInC  website   ¤  Encouraging  their  mentors  to  contribute  to  the  TFJ  “lesson  plan”  collection;  encouraging  their  kids  to   showcase  their  work  on  the  TFJ  Website  ¨  Mentors  shall  be  responsible  for     ¤  conducting  TFJ  workshops     ¤  making  signiRicant  contributions  to  the  TFJ  community  &  content  via  the  Internet   ¤  Mentors  who  successfully  achieve  the  above  shall  receive  CertiRicates  from  NInC  recognizing  their  work   Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  12. 12. Key Milestones¨  Pre-­‐launch  meet  with  Principals  ¨  Two  committees  formed  to  pursue  Web  strategy  and  Mentor   training  strategy  ¨  Launch  in  Delhi  ¨  First  post-­‐launch  meeting  with  Principals  ¨  Survey  of  students,  parents,  teachers  and  principals    ¨  Tod  Fod  Jod  Mela  to  showcase  projects  and  felicitation  of   exceptional  mentorship  and     ¤  Dec,  2012  Press  and  Media  will  be  allowed  to  cover  some  of  the  TFJ  experiences   Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
  13. 13. THANK YOU Office of Adviser to the Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations

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