Hi. I think there are a lot of things out there that could potentially help people obtain a better education even people with add/adhd, learning difficulties autism etc.
The reality is that the AFFORDIBILITY of those things may not. That is where the stumbling block is.
Unless people like ourselves make an effort and give their expertise FREELY to enhance education oppertunities
for people in these areas a lot of phenomenal talent will not be realised. But we can hope and try.
I have been teaching for many years (both professionally in a classroom and as a volunteer in sports, learning clubs etc) and completely agree with you. I've seen so many intelligent kids mistreated, labelled and downright abused because they don't learn the way they 'should'. If they can't sit still, are visual or kinetic learners- well that makes them bad and naughty. It is so wrong. The education systems of some countries (I'm in Australia) are so ancient, haven't changed for hundreds of years and cater for the minority of learners. My dream is to one day open a tutorial centre or even a school that embraces all forms of learning so that kids can learn in an environment that encourages them and allows them to thrive and become these inventors that you talk of, plus so much more.