A few months ago I created a thread entitled: Does School Kill Creativity? It focused
on a talk given by Sir Ken Robinson at an annual TED Conference in which he proposed that the schooling system does, in some cases, stifle
In his latest talk he further explains this and goes on to propose that education systems around the world need to be revolutionised to fit the
In this poignant, funny follow-up to his fabled 2006 talk, Sir Ken Robinson makes the case for a radical shift from standardized schools to
personalized learning -- creating conditions where kids' natural talents can flourish.
I know many on here thoroughly enjoyed the last video and so thought that this one also deserved it's own thread. So, what are your thoughts?
You'll be getting a star and flag from me! This is why I come to ATS, excellent lecture, thanks for posting it. I like him very much and shall
watch for him in future, and see if I can find his earlier talk too that you claim to have posted.
I have seen a few of these RSA videos in recent months but not his one and I thank you for adding it to the thread, it's brilliant. I'm sure I will
watch it several more times in the next couple of days so it all sinks in. I hope others do too.
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