Sir Ken Robinson – Do Schools Kill Creativity

By Applied Change

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As we move into an era of robots and learning computers we’re starting to ask fundamental questions about the role humans will play and what the world of work is likely to look like. Kids leaving education this year may still be working in 2065 and yet many of our methods of educating them are based in the Victorian era.

In this characteristically funny, insightful and emotional TED talk the late Sir Ken Robinson opens our eyes to a broader view of intelligence, maybe better suited to where we’re going rather than were we’ve been.

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