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Where would i like to be in 10 years?
At the moment i am studying Buisness and Computer Games at Uni, i know computer games dosnt sound like it can but it can! In 10 years I want to have made up my own social enterprise company that make games for helping children to learn, as many children are visual learners and are struggling from books. Then I want to take the profits from this company to send as many free copys of the learning games and computers as i can to thrid world countrys.
So when i get the call from Tokyo in 10 years time I would like to be handing out some of these games persnally to children.
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Your choice of shadowing Iqbal Quadir is also very interesting - Bangladesh definitely needs more entrepreneurial initiatives - and as you pointed out - these can be far more effective and empowering than repeated infusions of foreign aid.
Nice work Hannah - nice work Iqbal!!! Keep it coming!
Great post, keep them comming
Hope you achieve your goals and that I can help you!
I was actually going to focus on officer safety. The training our police get is very sparse. While the quality may be high depending on the instructor and course plan, the drilling is not there. If you watch the Marine drill team, you see what appears to be spacial perfection. That's because they do it over and over. Yet the police, do due budget constraints, get a one-two and then are put into the field. I was considering several games that would teach both academic and practical strategy in multiple situations, such as CSI, bomb threats, active shooting situations, hostages, dealing with mentally challenged, etc.
As well, my daughter with autism, needs special learning accommodations which I believe computer based games would help. (I believe Google Sketchup has a project for children with Autism).
I hope your vision comes to fruition! I hope I can help with it one day as well!
i like your idea! have you looked into creative commons? creative commons licences help to keep the things that you do free for others. if you release something for free and it isn't legally protected, someone else can take it, monetize and market it and start taking peoples money for your ideas.
check it out: creativecommons.org