Creativity originates from our concern of daily life. Great inventions were mostly the brainchildren of the inventors’ responses to social needs. Students in Jockey Club Multiple Pathways Initiative CLAP-TECH Pathway participated in MIT Innovation Camp. Each group of them were given limited time to explore social needs, research on the requirements of the target audience, design an application, and present a proposal. All of these were completed with the aid of their analytical thinking, creativity, and team work. Students found that everyday life could be a starting point to improve the life quality of the public, as well as to understand the living of various walks of life.
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