Most of today’s successful inventors and innovators attribute their success to the failures they have had – the only way they learned how to do what worked was to figure out what didn’t work. One way they have made failing become a success is by minimizing the time and money they have lost in while failing. That idea is brought to the forefront by this workshop on Innovation Engineering. You’ll be invited to solve a problem and create a “Fail Fast, Fail Cheap” Prototype to demonstrate your solution. Presented by the Foster Center for Student Innovation, University of Maine.
Audience: ages 9-14 (grades 4-8)
Sponsored by Redzone Wireless