The need for thinking and problem-solving skills dominates our lives. Individual

The need for thinking and problem-solving skills dominates our
lives. Individuals must analyze problems in the workplace, at
school, as a parent, and in many other daily situations. You have
an opportunity to practice your problem-solving skills through this
assignment.
Assignment: Select one problem from the following list or define
your own problem.
Design a new textbook for a psychology class, science class,
etc. Invent a new telephone. Design a new suitcase. Design new
clothes for soldier/teacher/cook/student/etc. Invent a new style
for a video game. Create a short story. Design a new computer.
Invent a new way to protect computers from viruses. Create a new
type of credit card. Work on solving a problem of your own choosing
– a problem that is related to your major field of study.
Requirements:
Remember that you don’t need to create anything physically. You
may use images or just descriptions of your ideas. What is
important for this assignment is your ability to generate ideas.
Number your ideas 1 through 21. Generate 21 ideas about solving it,
using the 21 Synectics steps listed below: Response should be
500-600 words Note: The 21 Synectics steps were developed by
SynecticsWorld, inc.

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