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Welcome to “Innovators”.

In this lesson, you will explore the groundbreaking achievements of people from diverse backgrounds.

An innovator is someone who introduces new products, ideas, or ways of doing things.

This could be a technological invention, a scientific discovery, a work of art, or a new way of doing business.

Innovators help make the world better by finding creative solutions to difficult problems.

Anyone can be an innovator.

Inventors, scientists, artists, entrepreneurs, activists, journalists and others come from all kinds of different backgrounds.

No matter who you are or where you’re from, your perspective can change the world!

In this lesson, you will research the achievements of people from different races, genders, religions and backgrounds.

Their perspectives reflect some of the diversity in the world around you.

Innovators have helped shape the modern world with their discoveries and inventions.

For example, they have helped: engineer the mission to the moon, advance modern medicine, invent new computer programs, and share important stories.

In this lesson, you will choose an innovator and explore their contributions to modern history.

Discover people who inspire you to think about things in a new way!

Now, it’s your turn: Click “next” to move on and choose a topic, Explore your topic in an internet search, Create a project in a Google application, And present your project to your classmates.

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  1. Click Next to move on and choose a topic.
  2. Explore your topic in an internet search.
  3. Create a project in a Google application.
  4. Present your project to your classmates.
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