- Fengbin (Kathy) Zhao
learning designer, Beyondinno Design
Can there be a science called innovation science?
Statistics is an independent subject, and it has been applied in other subjects.
Learning science is an independent science, and it is about learning every subject.
What about innovation? Are there abstracted patterns about generating innovations?
Can we discover the shared patterns of generating innovations? And integrate the transferable knowledge and skills with each field?
If we can develop such a science, I believe that learning science would be its twin-science.
Collective innovating is highly similiar to individual learning.
Analogy reasoning plays an important role in both innovating and learning.
The relationships between inspiration, creativity, innovation might hint some patterns.
Knowledge building emphasizes: today's best practice will not be tomorrow's best practice.