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Monthly Archives: February 1998

Introduction to Inventive Problem Solving in Engineering EGN5040

14/02/1998 |

Professor D. Raviv, Department of Electrical Engineering Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL 33434 USA ravivd@acc.fau.edu

1. Description Common problem solving methods will be briefly discussed, followed by an introduction to TRIZ (Russian acronyms for Systematic Inventive Thinking). Introduction to … Read More

Developing games for kids of 3-4 years old

11/02/1998 |

Gregory Frenklach

gregoryf@avx.co.il

I don’t know any TRIZ specialist, who didn’t dream to teach his own kids to solve the inventive problems. And I’m no exception. So I tried to teach my little daughter. … Read More

How to Teach Physical Effects in Game Manner

08/02/1998 |

Gregory Frenklach

gregoryf@avx.co.il

The aim of the game is to refresh the knowledge of students about physical effects. I taught it in Byelorussia (former USSR) and then in Israel, when I worked in Jerusalem … Read More

Creativity in a Russian Elementary School (An Interview with Tatiana Vassilevna Zakharov and Her Director)

05/02/1998 |

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Ruth Atkins*, Interviewer for The TRIZ Journal *Director, New Product Development, RLI (916) 692-1944 ~ E-mail: headguru@oro.net

(Editor’s note: Ms. Atkins conducted this interview while stationed in St. Petersburg. She speaks, reads and translates Russian fluently. Ms. Zakharov and … Read More