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 Problem statement

Children feel the pressing need to use mobile phones all the time and parents are in a constant battle trying to limit that engagement. One of the major concerns is that the time spent on mobile and other devices has not been used wisely. Kids spend hours watching videos or playing games and parents carry a growing responsibility to set kids up for a healthy relationship with technology. According to UNESCO research, 95% of kids aged between 3-5 spend about 28h per week looking at screens. Now this is a worry to any parent, as so many children are at risk of damaging their brain and reducing creativity. 

While kids are growing up in a changing society where technological aptitude is in high demand, it is critical to keep the focus on acquiring skills and developing IQ. 

Solution

IQpedia offers a new method for parents to control children's engagement with technology based on incentives and rewards for learning new skills, rather than various punishment methods. 

 

As there is a lack of control over children's engagement with their phones, it is difficult to ensure that only a reasonable amount of time is wasted on entertainment. To ensure that kids spend a balanced amount of time playing and learning, a software can be installed to measure productivity and encourage kids to learn. 

The children's use of the technology would be limited in direct proportion to the efforts put in learning new skills. For example, once a kid learns 20 new capitals of the world or answers 20 math questions correctly, he or she is entitled to 20 min of game time on their phones. The ratio between performance and time allocated for play can be adjusted by the parent based on what they believe is a fair amount. Meaning that 1 correct answer could provide the kid with 1min or 15 min of game time. 

 

A variety of brain training games are available including math, history, languages, geography, religion,  spelling tests, memory or logic games. Parents would also be provided with a dashboard to track their kids activities and performance results. 

The software would be available based on a subscription model paid monthly or yearly. The basic version of the app could be offered free of charge to grow the user base and expose children as well as parents to the new way of managing time on mobiles wisely. 

Market

Just in 2019, 153 million new babies came to the world. The most recent data shows that there are about 900 million kids across the globe aged between 4-10 years old today. 

 

We also know that online games and digital education is a growing market as more children have access to technology becoming more tech savvy. According to the Global Game-Based Learning Market report, the game-based learning industry will amount to over $17 billion by 2023. And that’s with a current five-year compound annual growth rate of 37.1%.

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