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To make it easier for you to read our books Fostering Inventiveness in Children and Invention Friday Curriculum: Grades 2-5, we have put all hotlinks on the pages Hotlinks 1 and Hotlinks 2, so you can click as you read. This web page is entitled Hotlinks 1 and contains all links for Fostering Inventiveness in Children.

Book 1 coverFor Fostering Inventiveness in Children

Authors’ note

Meant to Invent! Teacher Guide. “Why invent?” American Academy of Sciences. Young Inventors Program. [new link: http://www.aas-world.org/YIP/PDFs/MeantToInventGuide.pdf ]

Science Friday http://www.sciencefriday.com/

For Fostering Inventiveness in Children, Chapter 1, Section: Further reading for children

Frederick McKinley Jones (1893-1961):  http://www.blackhistorypages.net/pages/fjones.php 

For more publications by Tim Brown at IDEO, see: http://www.ideo.com/people/tim-brown

Welcome to the virtual crash course in design thinking. (2013). Stanford University Institute of Design: http://dschool.stanford.edu/dgift/

United States Patent and Trademark Office. (1990). Buttons to biotech  (1996 update report with supplemental data through 1998): Patenting by women, 1977 to 1988. http://www.uspto.gov/web/offices/ac/ido/oeip/taf/wom_98.pdf

For Fostering Inventiveness in Children, Chapter 2

National Inventors Hall of Fame’s InventNow www.invent.org

US Patent and Trademark Office i-CREATM [new link http://www.uspto.gov/kids/icreatm_guide_ms.pdf]

The Connecticut Invention Convention http://www.ctinventionconvention.org

The Academy of Applied Science Young Inventors Program http://www.aas-world.org/YIP/index.html

Hot Shot Business [new link http://igrezadecu.com/hot-shot-business/]

BUILD, Palo Alto, CA http://www.build.org/

For Fostering Inventiveness in Children, Chapter 2, Section: Invention games for children and adults

Invention at Play. Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation. [new link:  http://americanhistory.si.edu/exhibitions/invention-play]

For Fostering Inventiveness in Children, Chapter 2, Section: Further reading

Invention: Enhancing inventiveness for quality of life, competitiveness, and sustainability. (2004).  [new link: http://lemelson.mit.edu/resources/research-advocacy]

For Fostering Inventiveness in Children, Chapter 3, Section: Further reading

Ideas aren’t cheap: Promoting the serious business of play: Better brainstorming is the key to innovation. ABC News On Line: http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/Story?id=3323453&page=1

Tim Brown: Tales of creativity and play. http://www.ted.com/talks/tim_brown_on_creativity_and_play.html 

Alliance for childhood. Fact Sheet: Time for play, everyday. http://www.allianceforchildhood.org/publications [This particular Fact Sheet is not currently publicly available, however there are other interesting and related publications on this website.]

The importance of play in promoting healthy child development and maintaining strong parent-child bonds. http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/119/1/182.full

For Fostering Inventiveness in Children, Chapter 4

Taxonomy of human goals: [new link, see “goal categories” at: http://www.implicitself.com/index.php/apg-register ]

For Fostering Inventiveness in Children, Chapter 4, Further reading

The Baby Brain Connection http://www.sfgate.com/health/article/The-Baby-Brain-Connection-Armed-with-new-2672397.php

Personal Goal Assessment is free to the public: http://www.implicitself.com/

Endnotes

(1) For more information see: Meant to Invent! Teacher Guide. “Why invent?” American Academy of Sciences. Young Inventors Program. Retrieved from [new link: http://www.aas-world.org/YIP/PDFs/MeantToInventGuide.pdf

(2) For more information see http://www.sciencefriday.com/

(4) See Frederick McKinley Jones (1893-1961). (1996-2008). Black History Pages. 5×5 Media and African Images. Retrieved from: http://www.blackhistorypages.net/pages/fjones.php

(6) For a description of the Ultimate Utility Bike designed by IDEO for Oregon Manifest, see http://www.ideo.com/work/faraday-bike/

(7) For The Foundry incubator, see: http://www.thefoundry.com/

(9) See publications authored by Tim Brown at IDEO at http://www.ideo.com/people/tim-brown

(20) See “A child’s eye” on p. 33 of Brown with Littman, 2001, in bibliography. Also see, Understand mixtape: Discovering insights via human engagement (to find this click on the tab, “Chart a new course: Put design thinking to work“) offered by the Stanford Design School, retrieved at: http://dschool.stanford.edu/dgift/#gear-up

(21) See Chapter 6, p. 101 of Brown with Littman, 2001, in bibliography. Also see, Experiment mixtape: Advancing your solution via prototyping (to find this click on the tab, “Chart a new course: Put design thinking to work”), offered by the Stanford Design School, retrieved at: http://dschool.stanford.edu/dgift/#gear-up

(24) See “A child’s eye” on p. 33 of Brown with Littman, 2001, in bibliography. Also see, Understand mixtape: Discovering insights via human engagement (to find this click on the tab, “Chart a new course: Put design thinking to work”), offered by the Stanford Design School, retrieved at: http://dschool.stanford.edu/dgift/#gear-up

(25) For more on Dr. Charles Drew, see: http://www.web.mit.edu/invent/iow/cdrew.html [This link is no longer available. However for a good source, try: http://www.black-inventor.com/Dr-Charles-Drew.asp ]

(32) For more on astronaut Ellen Ochoa, see: [new link: http://smithsonianeducation.org/scitech/impacto/graphic/ellen/index.html ]

(33) For more on Judy W. Reed, see: US Patent and Trademark Office (2002, February 16th). Press Release: USPTO recognizes inventive women during Women’s History Month. Retrieved from: http://www.uspto.gov/news/pr/2002/02-16.jsp

(34) For more on Sarah Goode, see: http://www.blackpast.org/?q=aah/goode-sarah-e-c-1855-1905

(42) The story about Jacob Dunnack and his invention, featured by The Great Idea Finder website, was last retrieved on November 26, 2008:  http://www.ideafinder.com/history/inventions/jdbatball.htm

(46) For more information on John Ruggieri work, see: [new link: http://johnruggieri.com/ ] 

(46) See http://johnruggieri.com/ In bibliography, see Springen, 2000.

(52) See the InnovEd young inventor program in Mauritius at: http://www.gov.mu/portal/sites/nsp/popular/gscience.htm

(62) See Article 31 in Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights. Convention on the Rights of the Child. General Assembly Resolution 44/25 of 20 November 1989. Retrieved from: [new link: http://www.ohchr.org/en/professionalinterest/pages/crc.aspx ]

(80) In bibliography, see Shore, 1999. For more on Allan Schore’s publications, see: http://www.allanschore.com/

(85) For more on Martin E. Ford, PhD, see: http://www.implicitself.com/index.php?cmd=authors

(86) For more on Charles W. Nichols, PhD, see: http://www.implicitself.com/index.php?cmd=authors

(88) For more information on the Taxonomy of Personal Goals, see: [new link, see “goal categories” at: http://www.implicitself.com/index.php/apg-register ]

(89)For more information of the online Personal Goal Assessment, see: http://www.implicitself.com/index.php?cmd=takeAPG

(95) See Professor James Gross at Stanford University discuss emotion regulation at: http://vimeo.com/43421746 and also see in bibliography, Gross, 2007.

(98) See p. 11 in Invention: Enhancing inventiveness for quality of life, competitiveness, and sustainability. (2004). Report of the Committee for Study of Invention. Retrieved from [new link: http://lemelson.mit.edu/resources/research-advocacy]

Bibliography

Alliance for Childhood (2006a). The importance of play: children from birth to five. A statement of first principles on early education for educators and policymakers. http://www.allianceforchildhood.org

Alliance for childhood. (2006b). Fact Sheet: Time for play, everyday. http://www.allianceforchildhood.org/publications

American Civil Liberties Union (2008). Sex segregated schools: separate and unequal: http://www.aclu.org/womensrights/edu/30129res20070614.html

Beauchamp, R. S., & McDaniel, S. A. (1990). Women inventors in Canada: Research and intervention. In Marianne G. Ainley (Ed.), Despite the odds: Essays on Canadian women and science (pp. 304-315). Montreal, Quebec: Véhicule Press: http://content.lib.utah.edu/cdm/ref/collection/uspace/id/4561

Boyle, B. (2007, June 28th). Ideas aren’t cheap: Promoting the serious business of play: Better brainstorming is the key to innovation. ABC News on line: http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/Story?id=3323453&page=1

Brown, T. (2008, June). Design thinking. Harvard Business Review. For more publications by Tim Brown, see: Tim Brown at IDEO at http://www.ideo.com/people/tim-brown

Frederick McKinley Jones (1893-1961):  http://www.blackhistorypages.net/pages/fjones.php

Gilligan, C. (2006, January 29th). Mommy, I know you. Newsweek: http://www.newsweek.com/id/47523

Ginsburg, K. R. (2007). The importance of play in promoting healthy child development and maintaining strong parent-child bonds. Pediatrics, 119(1), 182-191: http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/119/1/182.full

Lautz, S. (2001). What are the steps in setting up a successful science fair? On the Website entitled, A science fair handbook for teachers, parents, and students … [The Handbook is no longer available.  However, Lautz has created a website: http://sciencefairhandbookriveredge.weebly.com. Also see Diane Weaver Dunne’s 2000 Website: How to Put On a Great Science Fair!]

Mael, F., Alonso, A., Gibson, D., Rogers, K., & Smith, M. (2005). Single-sex versus coeducational schooling: A systematic review. Report prepared for the Department of Education. Washington DC: American Institute of Research: http://www.ed.gov/rschstat/eval/other/single-sex/index.html

Stanberry, K. (2008a). Girls’ and boys’ brains: How different are they?: http://www.greatschools.net/cgi-bin/showarticle/3613?cpn=popArticlesAD_boysandgirlslearn

Stanberry, K. (2008b). Single-sex education: The pros and cons: http://www.greatschools.net/cgi-bin/showarticle/3649

United States Patent and Trademark Office. (1990). Buttons to biotech  (1996 update report with supplemental data through 1998): Patenting by women, 1977 to 1988. Update is available at: http://www.uspto.gov/web/offices/ac/ido/oeip/taf/wom_98.pdf

Waters, R. (2004, November 14). The Baby Brain Connection: Armed with new research on developing brain structure, social workers can help fix troubled baby/parent relationships. The San Francisco Chronicle. Sunday paper: http://www.sfgate.com/health/article/The-Baby-Brain-Connection-Armed-with-new-2672397.php

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